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It allows you to run a single of code in python. If you want to run more than one line of code use the new line character (" ") at the end of your string. Let us break down our code one line at a time. First, we create the variables access the and call the function, notice that all the types are PyObject pointers. The variable pName corresponds to the name of the python file we want to access to get the function, notice there is not an .py