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This library provides the features to directly call and partially interoperate with Python from the Ruby language. You can import arbitrary Python modules into Ruby modules, call Python functions with automatic type conversion from Ruby to Python. Type conversions from Ruby to Python are automatically performed for numeric, boolean, string, arrays, and hashes.



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