The HTP package contains procedures that generate HTML tags. For every HTML tag there is an HTP procedure that produces that tag. The most commonly used procedure in the HTP package, however, is the print, or htp.print(‘parameter’) procedure. This procedure simply prints whatever is passed to it as a parameter and adds a new line to the end of the parameter.
htp.print('This is an example.'); htp.print('This is the second line.');
produces this on a Web browser:
This is an example. This is the second line.
The alias for htp.print(); is htp.p();.
The htp.p procedure ...