.NET and Python?
peterwu at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 24 09:09:52 CET 2003
>>>>> "Max" == Max M <maxm at mxm.dk> writes:
Max> David Lees wrote:
>> Sorry, I don't know C#, but VB vs C# is not the question I am trying to
>> discuss. I am trying to find out if Python can be used in the .NET
>> enviornment (which I have never used, but may in the near future).
Max> As far as I understand, Python does not support the common language
Max> runtime. But it does support Com. This should mean that you can use
Max> .net components from Python, but not write them. You can however
Max> write com objects in Python. They can most likely be use from .net
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