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Re: PythonDotNet Digest, Vol 67, Issue 3

navneet khanna
Iron Python is used to use the dll created in .net. Dlls created in .net are of different format as that of c, c++ dll.


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Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 09:15:02 -0400
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My background is primarily UNIX.  I have been programming in C, TCL, Perl, and Python in UNIX and Linux for a long time.

I recently started working in Visual Studio and C#.

Visual Studio and C# make everything very easy.  Python was nice when you didn't have the convenience of Visual Studio and intellisense with a nice debugger.

In the windows world I see no major reason not to use C#.

Why would I want to use IronPython?


Matthew Harelick
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