[Solved] Is it possible to use Discord slash commands as module?

Ilhan Yapici Asks: Is it possible to use Discord slash commands as module?
First things first, I’m a beginner in node.js and discord.js.

I’m currently working on my own discord bot for fun and I was wondering if it was possible to “store” the data of a slash command. Here is an example of what I mean :

Code:
    const response = new Discord.MessageEmbed()
      .properties()
      .properties()
      etc...
    
    module.exports = () {
      const data = {
        data: {
          type: 4, // I don't know what type to use  for embed message so please correct me if I'm wrong
          data: {
            content: response
          }
        }
      }
    }

Could this be possible to “store” the embed message data in rules.js and use it in main.js like so :

Code:
    const rules = require('rules.js') //the file would be in a "commands" folder but I'm keeping this simple

    client.ws.on('INTERACTION_CREATE', async (interaction) => {
      const command = interaction.data.name.toLowerCase()
      if (command === 'rules') {
        client.api.interactions(interaction.id, interaction.token).callback.post(data) // or post(rules.data) ??? again, I'm a beginner
      }
    })

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