Using Perl with OLE
I have been using perl from past couple of years. Perl is best when it comes to comparing files,folders,search, or usage on the web.
I am a Software Tester/QA Engineer I have been using Perl along with OLE to automate gui applications. And could not find any good tool which I could appreciate for object capturing(except OLEViewer), which comes with MS Visual Studio, or I used to do it via registry.
Recently came across Active Perl Browser, which did help a lot. Recently checked the perl monks and found out info which I was looking forward to have since very long. Thanks a lot guys, this really is appreciating to contribute towards the open source as well as knowledge seekers like me.
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