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"Probably"

... but it depends on the context.

  • Where does the webpage come from?
  • What is rendering the webpage?
  • Where does Perl fit into the system?

You could be talking about having a proxy server, written in Perl, that modifies a page before it gets to the browser.

You could be talking about a bot written in Perl that interacts with a website without a browser being involved.

You could be talking Perl embedded in the server side application.

How you would go about this would depend on what you are actually trying to achieve.


In reply to Re: How can we get the control Id for each controls in a web page? by dorward
in thread How can we get the control Id for each controls in a web page? by anbutechie

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