Including BASIC Code in HTTP Files

To create dynamic HTML pages, you include BASIC statements directly into the HTML file. A fragment of BASIC code is included within "<? ?>" encapsulation, as shown in the example below (for more info see Working with HTML ):

** Tibbo Basic **


<!DOCTYPE HTML public "-//W3C//DTD W3 HTML//EN">
<HTML>
<BODY>
 HELLO HTML WORLD!<br>
 <?
         'This is a BASIC code snippet. We can, for instance, send something to the serial port
         ser.num=0
         ser.setdata("HELLO SERIAL WORLD TOO!")
         ser.send
 ?>
</BODY>
</HTML>

Each time this HTML page will be requested by the browser, the "HELLO SERIAL WORLD TOO!" string will be sent out of the serial port.