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inputElement = browser.find_element_by_id("")
inputElement.send_keys('1234')

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. Find the element with the id “username”
2. Send the keys “1234” to that element

You can also use the send_keys method to send special keys to an element.
For example, to send the enter key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.ENTER)

To send the backspace key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.BACK_SPACE)

To send the escape key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.ESCAPE)

To send the tab key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.TAB)

To send the page up key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.PAGE_UP)

To send the page down key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.PAGE_DOWN)

To send the end key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.END)

To send the home key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.HOME)

To send the left arrow key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.LEFT)

To send the up arrow key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.UP)

To send the right arrow key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.RIGHT)

To send the down arrow key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.DOWN)

To send the insert key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.INSERT)

To send the delete key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.DELETE)

To send the F1 key, you would use the following code:

inputElement.send_keys(Keys.F1)

To send the F2 key, you