Is it possible to find the source code of built-in functions of Python

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I am new to Python. I just want to know how to get the source code of built-in functions in Python. I wish to know how these functions are written. Any help would be appreciated.
Jul 17, 2019 in Python by Arvind
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Since Python is open source you can read the source code from the official python website

To find out what file a particular module or function is implemented in you can usually print the __file__ attribute. Alternatively, you may use the inspect module.
answered Jul 17, 2019 by Neel
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