> I do not agree with you:
>   a ZClass is both an instance (you can manage, modify, delete)
>   and a class (you can use as blueprint for object creation).

O.k., I CAN manage/modify/delete a ZClass, but it still is (conceptually) a 
class, and only a class. You can manage/modify/delete Zope Python classes, too: 
Add new icons, DTML or "real" methods etc. It just is done from the file 
system. Still nobody would call those "instances" ...

Or did I miss something here?


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