This is the opening statement in our action-packed For...Next loop, where the procedure seeks out each aEle (link) object that’s found in the collection of all objects on the page that have a class of result__a (again I used Firebug to locate this particular class name to target). For each match found, we temporarily assign it to the aEle variable and do the following with it…
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VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) exists within Word, Access, Outlook, Publisher, and other Microsoft products, too. VBA is almost identical to Visual Basic, a common programming language for creating .exe Windows programs. But we love Excel for its myriad business uses… parsing, sorting, presenting, and storing data… so I find myself programming within Excel/VBA by default.
Computers can perform both sequential control and feedback control, and typically a single computer will do both in an industrial application. Programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are a type of special purpose microprocessor that replaced many hardware components such as timers and drum sequencers used in relay logic type systems. General purpose process control computers have increasingly replaced stand alone controllers, with a single computer able to perform the operations of hundreds of controllers. Process control computers can process data from a network of PLCs, instruments and controllers in order to implement typical (such as PID) control of many individual variables or, in some cases, to implement complex control algorithms using multiple inputs and mathematical manipulations. They can also analyze data and create real time graphical displays for operators and run reports for operators, engineers and management.
Right now don’t worry about early vs. late binding… there are pros and cons for each method… but one advantage of early binding is VBA knows exactly what you intend for the variable, and therefore can show you its Intellisense (helper hints) popup menu when typing code after a specified object variable, which is great for helping beginners snoop around and see different things the object could possibly do. Why call it objIE? No special reason, aside from making it easy to remember what it’s for. Names of variables can be almost anything you want, and camelCase with first letter lowercase is the usual naming convention.
PhantomJS va nous servir de "Web-Driver" et cela sera là son unique utilité. De quoi s'agit-il ? Afin que Python puisse interagir avec le navigateur Web (Chrome, Firefox ou autres), de la même manière que la communication avec une base de données, il nous faut un driver (pilote). C'est là qu'intervient le Web Driver, il permet la communication entre le navigateur Web et notre script Python. De base, Selenium peut utiliser différents drivers pour différents navigateurs (Chrome, Firefox, Opéra) mais ce qui nous intéresse, ce n'est pas d'ouvrir un navigateur mais d'avoir un navigateur headless (sans interface graphique, uniquement en ligne de commandes). C'est là qu'intervient PhantomJS, qui fournit lui-même son Web Driver. L'utilité c'est donc la rapidité d'exécution par rapport aux navigateurs classiques.