Python and Windows Scripting Host
nielsenjf at my-deja.com
Fri Mar 3 01:27:54 CET 2000
>In article <38BE7CC4.5CE67723 at gssec.bt.co.uk>,
Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at gssec.bt.co.uk> wrote:
> The distributed access to remote printers, network drives in
> WSH is much easier than using the Win32 API from pythonwin!
Putting it that way does a disservice to how simple win32 in python
compared to the typical environs of vb or C++.
I also like it that you typically deal with native python data
structures like dictionaries rather than what's provided w/the WSH
objects. In other words, it's really nice to be able to think and write
in python, rather than some simple vbscript-like interface.
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