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Statement Equivalents
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To allow Ren'Py to be scripted in python, each Ren'Py statement has equivalent Python code. This usually consists of a Python function, but may also consist of a code pattern that performs an action equivalent to the statement.
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The Ren'Py say statement is equivalent to calling the character object as a function. The following code displays the same line twice::
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Displaying narration can be done the same way, by using the ``narrator`` character. When calling a character, it's possible to supply the keyword argument `interact`. When interact is false, Ren'Py will display the character dialogue box, and will then return before performing an interaction.
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This equivalence of characters and function objects works in the other direction as well. It is possible to declare a python function, and then use that function in the place of a character object. For example, the following function uses a variable to choose between two characters. ::
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A function used in this way should either ignore unknown keyword arguments, or pass them to a character function. Doing this will allow the game to continue working if Ren'Py adds additional keyword arguments to character calls.
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The equivalent of the say statement.
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Either the character that will say something, None for the narrator, or a string giving the character name. In the latter case, the :func:`say` is used to create the speaking character.
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