Python vs .Net

Etienne Charland mystery at golden.net
Sun Jan 5 17:59:45 CET 2003


Nope. .NET managed code doesn't use COM. However, it does support good
compatibility with COM components. Oh, and also, COM components need to be
registered in the system registry, while .NET assemblies doesn't.

"News M Claveau /Hamster-P" <essai1 at mci.local> wrote in message
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>
> >>> Nope. COM/DCOM is not part of .NET. This is an interoperability layer
to
> allow .NET applications to use COM components though.
> COM est au coeur de .NET, et est omniprésent (partout) dans .NET
>
> @+
> --
> Michel Claveau
>
>






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