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checking the presence of link in Selenium WebDriver without raising any exception

Rakesh Khob
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Joined: Jul 03, 2011
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I have tried googling this but couldn't find a satisfying solution.
I am using WebDriver and I want to check if a link is present on the webpage or not and there's a logic which follows after this check so i want to do this inside an if{} block.
Is there a way to check the presence of a link without raising any exception(if it is not found)?
 
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