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I wrote:

We offer an algorithm to apply wrappers in this language to web pages.

I guess the bold part is a reduced relative clause, right? if not what is it?

We offer an algorithm to apply wrappers [that are] in this language to web pages

What is the required punctuation for that part, do I need comma? Moreover, do I need "the" before "wrappers"?

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  • Might be better to use "name-of-your-language wrappers to web pages", e.g. "javascript wrappers", "php wrappers", "html wrappers", or do you mean "containers"?
    – Peter
    Jan 16 '17 at 9:59
  • @Peter you can replace "wrapper" with "program", it's the name of specific programs which extract data from web pages.
    – Ahmad
    Jan 16 '17 at 11:45

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