Are you talking about dot operator in the below scenario?
If so, then this is Java syntax. Since Selenium code is written on Java, we gotta follow this pattern. However, if Selenium code is written in Python, Ruby, Perl, etc, then the syntax maybe different and you may not need to use it.
If not this scenario, then do show a sample code. I'll then check and get back to you.
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