What is the difference between getting the command line or SDK/COM version

Hi, I am very much interested in your product.  I am a developer for an internet startup and would be interested in getting a license, however, before I go ahead and do that, I need some clarification about a few things:

1. What is the difference between getting the command line or SDK/COM version?
2. Do you support Linux?
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>>1. What is the difference between getting the command line or SDK/COM version?

Command Line can be called by CreateProcess() function, you can run it by manual too.

SDK/COM can't be run by manual in CMD window, you can only call it from your code directly.
>>2. Do you support Linux?

It is depend on what product that you want to purchase, we will release a Linux version of HTML to PDF Converter within a few months, our other products are not support Linux yet.

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  1. VeryPDF says:

    Command Line is a standalone application, Command Line can be called by CreateProcess() or Shell() or script or other functions, you can also run it in CMD window by manual.

    SDK is can only be called from 3rd source code, e.g., you can call it from VB, VC++, Delphi, C#, VB.NET, Java, etc. program languages.

    Command Line can be used easier than SDK version.

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