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jython and C-c C-c

How do I get C-c C-c to work with jython?  I have the jpython command set to
jython, and I can start the interpreter with C-C ! and then use C-c C-c, but
this is rather frustrating.  If I try to use C-c C-c without first starting
the interpreter in another window I get 

wrong type argument: sequencep, jpython

Thanks,
Dave Cook
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