Yes, it is possible.In my past thread, I asked a question about the "interpretation of using."
From the comment and advice I received, I still believe that the following interpretation is true:
1. They will show the examples using this method. (=which use)
2. They will show the examples, using this method. (=and they will use)
However, I wonder if there is a possibility that even native speakers sometimes omit a comma but still mean the case #2 above. For instance, in the following example, is there a possibility that even a native speaker interprets the sentence as "Execute the database with the use of the generator" instead of "Execute the database which uses the generator"?
Example) Execute the database using the generator.
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