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This manual documents the API used by C and C++ programmers who
want to write extension modules or embed Python. It is a companion to
Extending and Embedding the Python
Interpreter, which describes the general principles of extension
writing but does not document the API functions in detail.
Warning: The current version of this document is incomplete.
I hope that it is nevertheless useful. I will continue to work on it,
and release new versions from time to time, independent from Python
source code releases.
See About this document... for information on suggesting changes.