# using sage library in C or C++?

Is there a way to run sage library in C/C++ or include the sage in C/C++? For example, I want to calculate minkowski sum, difference or decomposition in C or C++?

using sage library in C or C++?

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I obviously don't know your exact use case. First of all, this has nothing to do with Sage, it is really a Python question.

Embedding Python in C is explained here: https://docs.python.org/2/extending/e...

Alternatively: instead of using Sage in your C/C++ program, you could reverse this and use your C/C++ program inside Sage. That is relatively easy using Cython.

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The only possibility is to call the Sage python interpreter from your C/C++ program.