Robert Sirois wrote: > Hey, how do I get multiple variables from a script to use on a ZPT? > > ie. Script: > > a = 'yo' > > b = ' wuzzup' > > c =  > > c.append(a) > > c.append(b) > > return c > > I can get a list to print out on the page, but how could I use each one > separately?
Well, let me point out in fact you return only one variable :-) (And btw, you can construct lists much easier - no need for a, b and append() :-) To have easy access to a lot of names throughout your ZPT, the usual pattern is to call your ZPT from controller python script. Like this: a='yo' b='wuzzup' return context.yourZPT(a=a,b=b) and in your ZPT you access the values simply by: options/a and options/b this can be extended by using arbitrary nested dictionaries (and lists for loops) a=dict(name='peter',age=25) return context.yourZPT(a=a) # left hand 'a' is the name you use # inside ZPT of course and inside ZPT: options/a/name options/a/age Regards Tino Wildenhain _______________________________________________ ZPT mailing list ZPT@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zpt