Yes. Just use it. string is already in the Python Methods namespace.

EXAMPLE:

Python Method 

Parameter list: self

Python function body:

testsentence = 'I want this sentence to be converted into a list of its
component words.'
thelist = string.split(testsentence)
for aword in thelist:
  print aword
return printed

-- Jim Washington

Juan Carlos Coruņa wrote:
> 
> Is there any way to split a string in a PythonMethod without passing the
> object _.string as an argument?
> 
> I have tried to "import string" but Zope generates an ImportError:
> 
> ImportError: __import__ not found
> 
> I'm using PythonMethod 0.1.7

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