Python and Windows Scripting Host

John Nielsen nielsenjf at
Wed Mar 1 17:14:16 CET 2000

It's been a while since I looked at it, but I remember being
unimpressed. WSH looks to be more useful for more braindead languages.
It may offer python a little bit in GUI capabilities.

Python's win32 stuff is great, and it has a very python feel to it.


In article <C99v4.10242$dU3.60993 at>,
  "Don Tuttle" <tuttledon at> wrote:
> I've never used WSH and was wondering if any of you have ever used
> (PyScript?) with it? Any advantage over Python & win32all?
> TIA.
> Don

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