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JPython - what is it exactly?

Murphy Tai
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From the JPython FAQ page, it stated that "JPython is the Java version of Python". Does that mean that JPython is written using in Java syntax, but implemented with Python's libraries? Or does it mean something else.
Ulf Dittmer
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It means that it is Python implemented in Java.
Murphy Tai
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