I wrote:

> Does this reflect some actual conceptual difference between a
> Script and a Method

Evan wrote:

> DTML and ZSQL Methods (and the older Python Methods) act as though
> they are bound methods of the object on which they are called.  
> Python Scripts aren't bound to any particular object, although they 
> have access to their context, their container, and their selves.

Thanks for the explanation. I'm glad there is indeed a conceptual
rationale behind the names.

Hamish Lawson

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