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Re^4: Question about WWW::Mechanize::Firefox

by ssj262 (Initiate)
on Nov 12, 2012 at 11:51 UTC ( #1003425=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^3: Question about WWW::Mechanize::Firefox
in thread Question about WWW::Mechanize::Firefox

There two "<select multiple" code blocks in the page, and the code above is for them. The code in the page source for those blocks is below: (In this one, I want to select SNP)

<SELECT MULTIPLE="multiple" NAME="polymorphismType" SIZE="5"> <OPTION value="" selected="selected">ANY</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878510'>SNP</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878511'>IN-DEL</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878512'>Named</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878513'>Mixed</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878514'>MNP</OPTION> </SELECT>

And in the next one, I want to select "coding-non synonymous"

<SELECT MULTIPLE="multiple" SIZE="5" NAME="functionClass"> <OPTION value="" selected="selected">ANY</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878486'>Coding-NonSynonymous</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878487'>Coding-Synonymous</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878489'>Intron</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878490'>Locus-Region</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878493'>mRNA-UTR</OPTION> <OPTION VALUE='1878494'>Splice-Site</OPTION> </SELECT>

So the code for the making the selections is written below, but I don't know if it is right or not

$variation='polymorphismType'; $varvalue=("1878510"); $func_class='functionClass'; $funcvalue='1878486'; $moz->select($variation,$varvalue); $moz->select($func_class,$funcvalue);

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.


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