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What exactly is an "Implementation of Python" ?

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Warning: New learner here

Not sure what the term means "implementation of Python".
So what exactly does it mean *"implementation of Python"* like
cpython, Jython, IronPython ?????

In terms of IronPython --- does it mean a Python programmer can
write .Net app in Python ?

Thanks
examples and ANALOGIES if possible, very welcomed.
Nov 7 '08 #1
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webtourist wrote:
Warning: New learner here

Not sure what the term means "implementation of Python".
So what exactly does it mean *"implementation of Python"* like
cpython, Jython, IronPython ?????
Python is a programming language. Python implementation means Python interpreter or compiler capable of running Python code.
In terms of IronPython --- does it mean a Python programmer can
write .Net app in Python ?
Yes. More details on how exactly can Python and .Net be used together can
be found on ironpython website.

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Maciej "Fiedzia" Dziardziel
Nov 7 '08 #2

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