On Fri, 2 Jun 2000, Felipe Alvarez Harnecker wrote:
> <let a="'1'"
>      b="'2'"
>      c="'3"
>      d=dontWork_dtml
> <dtml-call "REQUEST.set('a','2')">
> <dtml-var d>
> </dtml-let>
> guess what: 
> it renders
> 2-2-3
> That is d is not a string but an expression.

Hey, this is a cool trick <grin>.

What is happening here is that you are assigning the *function* to
d, not its result, so when you do the dtml-var, dtml calls the
function and it gets evaluated in the current context.  If you make
your let expression something like (untested):


I think you'll get the result you were looking for.  (The _.None,_ pass
the namespace in to the method so that it can find a b and c.)


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