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## Tutorials

- [The Triton-C language](https://github.com/ptillet/triton/blob/master/docs/triton-c.md)
- [The PyTriton API](https://github.com/ptillet/triton/blob/master/docs/pytriton.md)
- [The Triton-C language](https://github.com/ptillet/triton/blob/master/docs/triton-c.md)
- The Triton-IR representation (coming soon...)
- The Triton-JIT compiler (coming soon...)

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## <span style="color:darkred"> Table of Contents </span>

This tutorial is the continuation of the [Triton-C tutorial](https://github.com/ptillet/triton/blob/master/docs/triton-c.md), so check it out if you have not already!

1. [Motivations](#motivations)
2. [Triton Functions](#pytriton-function)
1. [Creation of Triton Kernels](#creation-triton-kernels)
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```python
dot = _dot.apply
```
And that's it! Our custom op is now created and ready to be used with both PyTorch and Tensorflow.
And that's it! Our custom op is now created and ready to be used with both PyTorch and Tensorflow.

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