Class Html3() Professional
Class function of the Html3 class.
An HTML3 object is used to retrieve information entered in a Web browser and to send HTML formatted strings from a package DLL back to a Web browser. An HTML3 object is passed as the first parameter to a registered form-function. Example:
Most of the methods of the HTML3 object accept as parameters character strings used to create HTML formatted strings.
Any HTML page can be assembled using three generic methods. The begin and the end of an HTML page is marked by the methods :header() and :footer(). Calling other methods in between :header() and :footer() defines the contents of the HTML page that is returned to the Web browser.
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