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Add @dynamicCallable to PythonObject.

`PythonObject` now have the `@dynamicCallable` attribute.
They define both the positional/keyword argument variants of the
`dynamicallyCall` method.

The previous `call` and `callMember` methods have been removed.

To call a `PythonObject` with variadic arguments, one can use the dynamic call
sugar: `a(1, 2, 3)`.

To call with an array of arguments, one can use a direct call:
let arguments: [Int] = [1, 2, 3]
a.dynamicallyCall(with: arguments)

Note: It is not possible to call a `PythonObject` with a non-literal dictionary of arguments.
Todo: Reconsider how to expose throwing calls. `ThrowingPythonObject` does not have the
`@dynamicCallable` attribute because `x.throwing(0, 1, 2)` is confusing.

PiperOrigin-RevId: 197981249
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dan-zheng committed May 25, 2018
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