Loading a Cookie from a Dictionary
Mon Feb 2 05:10:48 CET 2004
"John J. Lee" <jjl at pobox.com> wrote in message
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> "Michael Sampson" <samp0082_at_umn_dot_edu> writes:
> > I'm using the Cookie module.
> > Say I have something that looks like this
> > import Cookie
> > c = Cookie.Cookie()
> > c.load(aDictonary)
> > What would the format of aDictornary be, I've looked around the net and
> > can only find examples on how to format the input to load if it is a
> > The best info on this I could find is
> What are you actually trying to accomplish?
> Server? Client?
Assume I have a server trying to create a cookie to send to the browser.
Instead of making the cookies one at a time like
c = Cookie.Cookie()
c['firstname'] = 'joe'
c['lastname'] = 'samson'
c['lastname'][max-age] = 3600
I want to be able to store the info for the cookies in one dictonary and
pass that to the constructor for Cookie(), or load it into the cookie using
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