Just set it to None.
Then, the next time the condition will be false.
2008/9/30 indrajit926 indra <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> thanks for ur reply.
> My problem is, my code is like
> #code code code
> if REQUEST['usr_msg']:
> do some operations.
> #some code related to project
> my program control loops with above " if condition".
> REQUEST is in same context.
> so once REQUEST stores 'usr_msg ' every time when it goes to "if condition "
> , it performs that "do some operations"
> Due to above reason i want to delete that "usr_msg" variable from REQUEST
> also i cannot put restriction on "usr_msg" ,because it comes from user
> input, and user can give any text to that variable.
> On Mon, Sep 29, 2008 at 1:36 PM, Tino Wildenhain <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> indrajit926 indra wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> Iam relatively new to zope.
>>> I want to delete a variable and it value from REQUEST.I used python pop()
>>> and __delattr__() ,but getting attribute error.
>> Actually you can't. (Not without writing a product in filesystem
>> and getting deep into zope). Why would you?
>> What you could do is to update one of the requests namespace to
>> give the variable a new value.
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