Wed, 27 Jun 2001 13:38:20 +0200
Pier Luigi Fiorini wrote:
>> moniker --> ??? (cosa è un moniker?)
> E' di bonobo.
> Non so cosa sia esattamente.
io, di norma, quando non conosco un termine, uso http://www.whatis.com
da cui moniker sembra "roba" nativa MS..:
qua sotto riporto la voce
In general, a moniker is a name or a nickname and, in the simplest
terms, that is what it is in computer terminology as well. A moniker is
an object (or component) in Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM)
that refers to a specific instance of another object. Monikers
originated in Microsoft's Object Linking and Embedding (OLE) technology
as a means of linking objects.
A moniker may refer to any single object, or may be a composite made of
a number of separate monikers, each of which refers to a particular
instantiation of an object. The moniker is sometimes referred to as an
"intelligent name," because it retains information about how to create,
initialize, and bind to a single instance of an object. Once created,
the moniker holds this information, as well as information about the
object's states in that specific instantiation.
Since COM is not language-specific, a moniker can be used with any
programming language. The programmer gives the instantiation of the
object a name. By calling the moniker in code, a programmer can refer to
the same object with the same states. If, for example, a moniker is
created for a query , the programmer can reuse the query simply by
calling the moniker in the code, because the moniker itself has the
> Chiedi a Cristopher Gabriel quando torna o a qualche sviluppatore
> italiano GNOME.