You can using the string module in Python Methods the same way you can in
DTML. There's no need to import anything.
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> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Lee
> Sent: Saturday, January 13, 2001 8:55 PM
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> Subject: [Zope] importing string module in python METHOD - a problem
> that shouldn't be a problem problem
> I have a Python method that needs to use the string module. In the
> method body I have the 'import string' statement but when I try it =>
> Error Type: ImportError
> Error Value: __import__ not found
> The documentation collaborates that import statements (the string module
> specifically) can be used in Python methods. The method body is...
> import string
> text = details
> y = string.split(text,"x")
> studentMatric = y
> studentRecord = y
> return studentMatric + studentRecord
> .., which results in the above error. Can anyone suggest a reason for
> this? I think (hope) it'll work if I put it in my extensions directory.
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