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How to use C from Python? — #9

Welcome to Learning at Lambert Labs session #9. This week, Amelia Crowther, explains how to use pre-existing C code from Python modules.

In Today’s Learning Session:

  • Reasons to use C code from Python (old legacy apps, performance, access to the C standard library)
  • Two methods: ctypes and creating a C extension
  • Demo using ctypes
  • ctype function annotations
  • Creating a C extension module
  • Demo using setup.py to create a C extension
  • Q&A from our developers!

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