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Hello World

In this section, we start with a standard "Hello World" application for you to have a taste of writing a BEE Web Page.  Then we develop this simple application to cater for more, aiming at illustrating various technique of BEE Programming.

A set of sample codes can be found at http://samples.bee.net.au.  An online interpretor can be found at http://samples.bee.net.au/beeeng.htm if you want to try out the sample codes without setting up and uploading a web site.  (The interpretor engine starts in HTML mode, so make sure you start your BEE section with <script language="bee"> and finish it with </script>.  Everything out of a BEE section is taken as plain HTML or client scripts.)

Let's begin.


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