Component Object Model (COM)


Component Object Model (COM)

A method in which software components can communicate with each other. A binary and network standard that allows any two components to communicate regardless of what machine they're running on (as long as the machines are connected), what operating systems the machines are running (as long as it supports COM), and what language in which the components are written.

Articles on that refer to Component Object Model (COM)

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News Articles that refer to Component Object Model (COM)

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Related Links

COM, DCOM and Related Capabilities
Basics of COM