An EXPORTS clause has been encountered in the program source at a non-global scope.
program Produce; procedure ExportedProcedure; exports ExportedProcedure; begin end; begin end.
It is not allowed to have an EXPORTS clause anywhere but a global scope.
program Solve; procedure ExportedProcedure; begin end; exports ExportedProcedure; begin end.
The solution is to ensure that your EXPORTS clause is at a global scope and textually follows all procedures named in the clause. As a general rule, EXPORTS clauses are best placed right before the source file's initialization code.
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