Python as VBA replacement

Discussion in 'Python' started by Eugeni Doljenko, Oct 5, 2004.

  1. Yes, topic has been discussed a lot, i know. But i wonder if someone could
    come up with mature solution.
    So far i've read about writing COM servers in Python for calling them from
    VBA.
    IMO it's possible to write some kind of generic COM server (because of
    Python dynamic nature)suitable to executing arbitrary Python code.
    May be even more tighter integration is possible?

    TIA,
    Eugeni Doljenko

    P.S. i'm just so tired with hand coding standart "Url decode" function, and
    searching for reasonable alternative for iconv in this crappy language of
    procedures, directives and arbitrary (!) arrays base offset (i use 0, my
    friend uses 1, why somebody will not use 2 or 3). sorry for off topic PS.
    Eugeni Doljenko, Oct 5, 2004
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