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#include "CXX/Objects.hxx"
namespace Py {

Py_UNICODE unicode_null_string[1] = { 0 };

Type Object::type () const
{ 
    return Type (PyObject_Type (p), true);
}

String Object::str () const
{
    return String (PyObject_Str (p), true);
}

String Object::repr () const
{ 
    return String (PyObject_Repr (p), true);
}

std::string Object::as_string() const
{
    return static_cast<std::string>(str());
}

List Object::dir () const
        {
        return List (PyObject_Dir (p), true);
        }

bool Object::isType (const Type& t) const
{ 
    return type ().ptr() == t.ptr();
}

Char::operator String() const
{
    return String(ptr());
}

// TMM: non-member operaters for iterators - see above
// I've also made a bug fix in respect to the cxx code
// (dereffed the left.seq and right.seq comparison)
bool operator==(const Sequence::iterator& left, const Sequence::iterator& right)
{
    return left.eql( right );
}

bool operator!=(const Sequence::iterator& left, const Sequence::iterator& right)
{
    return left.neq( right );
}

bool operator< (const Sequence::iterator& left, const Sequence::iterator& right)
{
    return left.lss( right );
}

bool operator> (const Sequence::iterator& left, const Sequence::iterator& right)
{
    return left.gtr( right );
}

bool operator<=(const Sequence::iterator& left, const Sequence::iterator& right)
{
    return left.leq( right );
}

bool operator>=(const Sequence::iterator& left, const Sequence::iterator& right)
{
    return left.geq( right );
}

// now for const_iterator
bool operator==(const Sequence::const_iterator& left, const Sequence::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.eql( right );
}

bool operator!=(const Sequence::const_iterator& left, const Sequence::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.neq( right );
}

bool operator< (const Sequence::const_iterator& left, const Sequence::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.lss( right );
}

bool operator> (const Sequence::const_iterator& left, const Sequence::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.gtr( right );
}

bool operator<=(const Sequence::const_iterator& left, const Sequence::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.leq( right );
}

bool operator>=(const Sequence::const_iterator& left, const Sequence::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.geq( right );
}

// For mappings:
bool operator==(const Mapping::iterator& left, const Mapping::iterator& right)
{
    return left.eql( right );
}

bool operator!=(const Mapping::iterator& left, const Mapping::iterator& right)
{
    return left.neq( right );
}

// now for const_iterator
bool operator==(const Mapping::const_iterator& left, const Mapping::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.eql( right );
}

bool operator!=(const Mapping::const_iterator& left, const Mapping::const_iterator& right)
{
    return left.neq( right );
}

// TMM: 31May'01 - Added the #ifndef so I can exclude iostreams.
#ifndef CXX_NO_IOSTREAMS
// output

std::ostream& operator<< (std::ostream& os, const Object& ob)
{
    return (os << static_cast<std::string>(ob.str()));
}  
#endif

} // Py

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