CherryPy: Hello world...with numbers

My first CherryPy program...

import cherrypy

class HelloWorld(object):
    def index(self):
        stringToDisplay = "

Hello world!

" number = 1 stringToDisplay += "

The number is {0}

".format(number) number = 14 stringToDisplay += "

The number is {0}

".format(number) stringToDisplay += "" return stringToDisplay = True cherrypy.quickstart(HelloWorld())

So, the cherrypy.quickstart line mounts an instance of a class. In this case, the HelloWorld class.
The line allows the method to be called via the web.
The return from the index method is the HTML that will be displayed.

TODO: change the syntax highlighting css file to match the rest of the site.