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How to pass C++ function pointer argument in embedded python environment? 1

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Hi,All,
background:I have a python api like this,
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  1. def a(arg1,arg2,progress_callback = None)
obviously argument progress_callback is a callback function.In python,I can define a function like this:
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  1. def pro_call(prog_arg1,prog_arg2):
  2.            #do something with arg1 & arg2 
and I just need call a function like follow and it worked
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  1. a(arg1,arg2,progress_callback = pro_call)

question: I don't know how to do like the former exam in embedded python environment.


thank you for your reading ,thanks for any response!
Nov 5 '16 #1
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