You are, of course, correct. I wanted Gaute to take a look at the
actual code and proceed from there. Docfinder is also a useful approach
for learning about the system.
If you are a frequent reader of this list, you know that AJ's style is to
encourage posters to 1) be complete and precise in the questions they post
and 2) provide just enough infomration for the poster to discover the
answer to his/her post himself. This is an excellent pedagogical
strategy but sometimes is frustrating.
On Mon, 28 Aug 2006, Andreas Jung wrote:
> --On 28. August 2006 07:24:40 -0700 Dennis Allison
> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Take a look at the actual code. Th API requires a that a clipboard
> > object acquired from the copy be sent to the paste.
> This is not entirely true. If you look at the code you'll that you might
> pass None as clipboard object and the method will try to get the value
> from the REQUEST. But in this case you must pass in the REQUEST as keyword
> parameter and not as positional argument.
> But back to the original discussion API vs. implementation..To quote Dieter:
> Unlike the API documentation which describes how things should be, the
> Docfinder documentation describes (at least partially) how they really are:
> complete and precise :-)
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