[IronPython] Need help in learning.

Mayfield, Weatherby weatherby.mayfield at eds.com
Mon Oct 31 20:05:44 CET 2005

I am in a similar boat with regard to knowing some Python but very
little .NET.  I'm very intrigued by the ability to access the .NET
framework from Python, but I know so little about .NET I'm not even sure
what question(s) to ask.

>From what I have seen in the examples and archives, it looks like there
are two basic ways to get at the .NET code: LoadAssemblyByName and
LoadAssemblyFromFile.  My problem is that I don't know how to correlate
between the assembly names or file names and the .NET APIs I read about.

Is there somewhere I can look on MSDN or in a manual or in Visual Studio
that will tell me if I want to access 'X' .NET feature then the assembly
name is 'Y' or the file name is 'Z'?  I think I must be searching for
the wrong terms or something.

Web Mayfield

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I am familiar with python but not with .NET. I also do not know other 
programming languages like VB or C# so it is not that easy to follow 
tutorials. What should be my first step to learn to use ironpython?

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