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Text Searching in Google using Selenium in Python

  • Difficulty Level : Easy
  • Last Updated : 13 Jan, 2021

Selenium is a powerful tool for controlling web browsers through programs and performing browser automation. It is functional for all browsers, works on all major OS and its scripts are written in various languages i.e Python, Java, C#, etc, we will be working with Python.

In this article, we are going to see how to automate our browser. We can just select the word/sentence and speak Search and the word/sentence gets automatically searched and provide you with accurate results.

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Requirement:



  • pyautogui: PyAutoGUI is a cross-platform GUI automation Python module for human beings. Used to programmatically control the mouse & keyboard.
  • selenium : Selenium is a powerful tool for controlling web browsers through programs and performing browser automation.
  • speech_recognition: Speech Recognition is an important feature in several applications used such as home automation, artificial intelligence, etc.
  • We are using chromedriver_autoinstaller  so that then we could see the meaning of the searched word. [Have Installed Chrome Latest Version In your local device).

Step-by-step Approach:

Step 1: Import required modules

Python3




# import module.
  
# Web browser Automation
from selenium import webdriver
from time import sleep 
  
# Support for chrome 
import chromedriver_autoinstaller 
  
# Invoking speech module
import speech_recognition as sr
  
# Support file for speech recognition
import pyttsx3
  
# Automating task
import pyautogui 

Step 2: Let’s invoke the speech recognition module and initiate our internal speaker so that it could hear our voice as the input and could initiate the process.  MyText stores our voice command as a text.

Python




r = sr.Recognizer() 
with sr.Microphone() as source2: 
    r.adjust_for_ambient_noise(source2, duration = 0.2
      audio2 = r.listen(source2)
    MyText = r.recognize_google(audio2) 
    MyText = str(MyText.lower())

Step 3: After selecting and speaking search using your voice will now initiate the process. Using selenium and pyautogui automatically takes that word and gives the appropriate search result.

Python3




if MyText == "search":
        
    # Automates 'copy' internally
    pyautogui.hotkey('ctrl', 'c')
      
    chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions()
      
    capabilities = {'browserName': 'chrome',
                    'javascriptEnabled': True}
      
    capabilities.update(chrome_options.to_capabilities())
  
    chromedriver_autoinstaller.install()
      
    # Invoking the chrome
    driver = webdriver.Chrome()
      
    # Adjusting the size of the window
    driver.set_window_size(1920, 1080)
      
    driver.implicitly_wait(10)
      
    driver.get("https://www.google.com/"
      
    #Place where our selected word gets pasted
    driver.find_element_by_xpath(
      "/html/body//form[@role='search']/div[2]/div[1]//div[@class='a4bIc']/input[@role='combobox']")
           .send_keys(pyautogui.hotkey('ctrl', 'v'))

Below is the full implementation:

Python




from selenium import webdriver 
from time import sleep 
import chromedriver_autoinstaller
import speech_recognition as sr 
import pyttsx3 
import pyautogui
  
while(True):
  
    try:
        r = sr.Recognizer() 
        with sr.Microphone() as source2: 
            
            r.adjust_for_ambient_noise(source2, duration = 0.2
              audio2 = r.listen(source2) 
            MyText = r.recognize_google(audio2) 
            MyText = str(MyText.lower())
              
        if MyText == "search":
              pyautogui.hotkey('ctrl', 'c')
              chrome_options = webdriver.ChromeOptions()
            capabilities = {'browserName': 'chrome', 'javascriptEnabled': True}
            capabilities.update(chrome_options.to_capabilities())
            chromedriver_autoinstaller.install()
            driver = webdriver.Chrome()
            driver.set_window_size(1920, 1080)
            driver.implicitly_wait(10)
            driver.get("https://www.google.com/"
            driver.find_element_by_xpath(
              "/html/body//form[@role='search']/div[2]/div[1]//div[@class='a4bIc']/input[@role='combobox']")
              .send_keys(pyautogui.hotkey('ctrl', 'v'))
  
        elif MyText == "stop":
            break
  
    except Exception as e:
  
        pyautogui.press('enter')

Demo:




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