[Python.NET] Calling DLL functions?

Brian Lloyd brian at zope.com
Thu May 20 11:04:01 EDT 2004

> Is it possible to call function in DLLs using Python for .NET? The 
> reason why I ask is that I'm working with Accessibility assembly. This 
> assembly defines the classes and interfaces for the Microsoft Active 
> Accessibility library which allows a program to inspect the interface 
> object model of other programs at runtime. However, the functions for 
> performing the actual inspection are located in oleacc.dll. These 
> functions return instances of the objects defined in the assembly.

Just to clarify - is oleacc.dll an unmanaged (native) dll or a 
managed (.NET) dll?

Brian Lloyd        brian at zope.com
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