Do you hav experience with C programming?
You can call C functions from Python, with ctypes. What is ctypes?
ctypes is a foreign function library for Python. It provides C compatible data types, and allowscalling functions in DLLs or shared libraries. It can be used to wrap these libraries in pure Python.
This how to do it in Python 2.x (if you still have that):
#!/usr/bin/python from ctypes import * libc = cdll.LoadLibrary("/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6") printf = libc.printf printf("hello world\n")
For Python 3.x programs (yes the difference is one character)
#!/usr/bin/python3 from ctypes import * libc = cdll.LoadLibrary("/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6") printf = libc.printf printf(b"hello world\n")
Make sure the path to your shared library (libc.so.6) is right.
Chances are it's on another location. On Windows or Mac its different path and name. Otherwise it's very basic, and this should work for any C library.