never mind... web python methods don't have access to map... so my
example wouldn't work on a through the web python method... without
defining a map function... dieter's method is better.
Kapil Thangavelu wrote:
> William JOYE wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm a newbie in zope. I think is a simple problem but I can find a solution.
> > I would like to show 2 lists (ex: list1 and list2) like this :
> > list1 = 1, 2, 3,...
> > list2 = A, B, C,...
> > list1 + list2 =
> > 1 A
> > 2 B
> > 3 C
> > How can I iterate 2 lits in one dtml-in ?
> for me the easiest way seems to combine the two lists and iterate over
> the results in a dtml in. problem is that doing this in dtml is hard
> cause of safety restrictions, in python its pretty slack though. here is
> a web python method that does the list work
> name: combine
> args l1, l2
> return map( (lambda x,y:(x,y)), l1, l2)
> and the dtml
> <dtml-in "combine(list1, list2)">
> <dtml-var sequence-key> - <dtml-var sequence-item>
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