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Re^2: Posting on a site using mechanize

by cesapun (Acolyte)
on Aug 15, 2012 at 11:24 UTC ( #987540=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Posting on a site using mechanize
in thread Posting on a site using mechanize

Hmmm....this means that's something wrong with my code?

I'm fairly new to perl language.:)


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Re^3: Posting on a site using mechanize
by Anonymous Monk on Aug 15, 2012 at 11:29 UTC

    Hmmm....this means that's something wrong with my code?

    Kinda.

    You're talking to a space-alien (random website), and those are usually tested using browser like firefox...

    so if it works with firefox, all you have to do is get your program to talk using the same accent and everything (http headers...)

    Unless you have an error message to report :)

      No,i don't get any error message.Everything seems to be ok,but when i look to that site,nothing appears.

      Btw,that site is mine.

      With that code,i don't get any error message.Everythig seems to be ok,but when i look to that site,nothing appears.

        With that code,i don't get any error message.Everythig seems to be ok,but when i look to that site,nothing appears

        When you "look to it"?

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