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Is it possible to link a Python program to code written in C?
No, it is impossible.
Yes; the C code can be in a form of a dynamically or a statically linked library.
Yes, but the C code must be provided in a form of a dynamically linked library.
Yes, but C code must be provided in a form of statically linked library.
Python has a first class support for C libraries. Program written in C can be linked as either statically or dynamically linked library.
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