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I'm trying to implement a demo application where I want to use some code written in ES6
Module syntax format in a CommonJS style module format.

I have configured the babel-loader and presets, but can't seem to get it working.

//ES6 code
export default function(a) {
	console.log("The value passed is " + a);

//CommonJs style module.
var mod = require('./es6_lib'); 
module.exports = function SomeFunction(a,b){
	//alert('iftikhares6libinstance' + req("Hello"));

I'm able to compile the whole thing using webpack with babel-loader for ES6. However, in the browser, I get the error req is not a function.

What I have tried:

Specified Babel loader configuration in webpack.config.j

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