In almost every programming class, the first lesson taught is some variation of the Hello World code. Hello World, often a one to two line segment of code, displays the line Hello World when the code is built and run. Though this code may seem like a very simple introduction to programming, it introduces several crucial concepts in programming. Hello World is the first lesson many students get in the logic of programming, as well as, language specific syntax. But, most importantly, the simplicity of Hello World allows it to be a testing point for the system used to execute the code.