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PHP Sockets and Frames.

I dont fully understand sockets yet. I was wondering though, I want to make a bot that will connect to a web-site that has frames, submit forms in one frame, and acquire text input from another frame. And could I run this bot without my php just sitting there continuosly loading in the page.
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RoonaanCommented:
Why would you want to do this using php, exactly?

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Unspoken1Author Commented:
Because i dont know perl....unless someone here could teach me how to do this in perl
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RoonaanCommented:
But that are both serverside languages while you are requesting clientside interaction?

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Unspoken1Author Commented:
I know it can be done in perl....i've seen people do it....what language do you suggest?
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RoonaanCommented:
You are probably searching for the curl extenstion of php. But that is used to read and write to websites, not particularly to framesets.
You would have to replicate the correct get and post request to the server and do this in the right order.

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Unspoken1Author Commented:
well the page is inside of a frameset that i want to do it to
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