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Back-end Domino Objects have a Component Object Model (COM) interface. The COM interface is the same as the LotusScript interface, with some exceptions. COM provides both early-binding (custom) and late-binding (dispatch) interfaces. Early binding makes the Domino classes available as typed variables with compile-time checking. Late binding can be used where the language (for example, VBScript) precludes early binding.
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