I need to read the window title text (i.e, in the blue area at the very top of the window) of an open window in MSWin32. I have used Super Search, Google, and have scoured Dave Roth's "Win32 Perl Programming" book, but I cannot find any examples of how to locate an open window (specifically, I'm looking for my open Internet Explorer window), and retrieve the text of the window title. If anyone has done this before I would be eternally grateful for an example of the Win32 module and calling sequence used to get the window title text.
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