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Introduction to BEE

BEE stands for Business Electronic Enterprise.  It is a server-side scripting language for developing commercial web applications.  Unlike in client-side scripts (e.g. JavaScript), the program codes of a server-side script will not appear in the web page content.  In fact, the codes will be stripped and replaced with their output (if any) before the server sends out the page.

BEE Script got an alternative form called BEE Tag.  This design makes it easier for BEE to mix with HTML Tags and other scripting languages in the same page without affecting each other.

This document serves as a learning guide of BEE Script (and BEE Tag alike).  For details of variable structure and specification of individual commands, please refer to BEE Script User Reference Manual - PDF.


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