on 3/8/00 10:14 am, Chris Withers at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> "R. David Murray" wrote:
>> 
>> On Thu, 3 Aug 2000, Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote:
>>> | Well, yeah.  A restricted python environment.  The point being, it follows
>>> | python syntax rules <grin>.
>>> 
>>> kind of... :-)
>> 
>> In what way does it *not* follow Python (expression) syntax rules?
> 
> _['something'] doesn't just return the value from the dictionary which
> has the 'something' key, if it's callable, it'll try to call it and then
> return that... not nice :(
> 
> If you want to be safe, use _.getitem('something',0)...

I'm still getting allsorts of errors. My code is like this...

<dtml-let yearnr="date.yy()" monthnr="date.mm()" daynr="date.dd()">
    <dtml-let startDateString="monthnr+'/'+daynr+'/'+yearnr">


    <dtml-in expr="get_days_events(startDateString)">
        <dtml-var EventName>
    </dtml-in>

    </dtml-let>

</dtml-let>

I'm having trouble passing StartDateString to get_days_events. If I look at
StartDateString using <dtml-var startDateString> it looks OK.

one last attempt anyone?

cheers

tom


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