DEITEL™ discusses the Wireless Markup language (WML), the markup language used to create presentational layer of WAP applications delivered to wireless handheld devices. This is the second article in a two-part series, which presents an introduction to WAP and WML. The first article introduced WAP and WML with a sample code example. Here in Part 2, we duplicate the example and incorporate the use of WMLScript. Readers should be familiar with basic markup concepts (e.g., HTML, XML), Internet Information Services (IIS) or Apache Web and basic programming concepts. The code examples included in this article show readers examples using the Deitel™ signature LIVE-CODE™ Approach, which presents all concepts in the context of complete working programs followed by the screen shots of the actual inputs and outputs.