Why not:

      def hasObject(self, id):
          """Test if an object is in the current object."""
          return id in self.objectIds()

Suresh

"Florent Guillaume" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I'd like to add a method like
>
>      def hasObject(self, id):
>          """Test if an object is in the current object."""
>          for o in self._objects:
>              if o['id'] == id:
>                  return 1
>          return 0
>
> to ObjectManager.
>
> This would bring it in line with BTreeFolder2 (who already has an
> hasObject method) and we could then always use the most efficient method
> to test if a folder has a given subobject id.
>
> Opinions ?
>
> Florent
>
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