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Re^4: How to Enter a value to a field without having name in WWW-Mechanize-Firefox

by Anonymous Monk
on Nov 05, 2012 at 05:40 UTC ( #1002276=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: How to Enter a value to a field without having name in WWW-Mechanize-Firefox
in thread How to Enter a value to a field without having name in WWW-Mechanize-Firefox

I think you didn't get what i meant, Pls goto that url and check. Also how can we write a value to a field using Xpath, without having a 'name' associated to it?????(see the provided code for that).

Do you have any experience in doing this before!

If you dont know, pls keep silent! Dont waste both of our time.


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Re^5: How to Enter a value to a field without having name in WWW-Mechanize-Firefox
by Anonymous Monk on Nov 05, 2012 at 08:14 UTC

    I think you didn't get what i meant, Pls goto that url and check.

    No. One try is all you get.

    Also how can we write a value to a field using Xpath, without having a 'name' associated to it?????

    Gee, select on tag name, position, any attribute, classname, id ... maybe you should select on id

    Do you have any experience in doing this before!

    Yes

    If you dont know, pls keep silent! Dont waste both of our time.

    Hmm, the docs show examples, especially with ID, I don't understand what problem you have with reading them -- or copy/pasting the code -- talk about a waste of time

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