Example for Checkpoint
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Example 2: in HTML, use NOSCRIPT with SCRIPT.

The following code would run a Tcl script in browsers that support that script language, while the content of the NOSCRIPT element would be displayed in browsers that do not support that script language.

<SCRIPT type="text/tcl">
...some Tcl script to show a billboard of sports scores...
<P>Results from yesterday's games:</P>
<DT>Bulls 91, Sonics 80.
<DD><A href="bullsonic.html">Bulls vs. Sonics game highlights</A>
...more scores... </DL>

Note: For some applications, server-side scripts may be more accessible than client-side scripts.

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