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##Installing the langchain packages needed to use the integration
%pip install -qU langchain-community


from langchain_community.llms import AmazonAPIGateway
API Reference:AmazonAPIGateway
api_url = "https://<api_gateway_id>.execute-api.<region>"
llm = AmazonAPIGateway(api_url=api_url)
# These are sample parameters for Falcon 40B Instruct Deployed from Amazon SageMaker JumpStart
parameters = {
"max_new_tokens": 100,
"num_return_sequences": 1,
"top_k": 50,
"top_p": 0.95,
"do_sample": False,
"return_full_text": True,
"temperature": 0.2,

prompt = "what day comes after Friday?"
llm.model_kwargs = parameters
'what day comes after Friday?\nSaturday'


from langchain.agents import AgentType, initialize_agent, load_tools

parameters = {
"max_new_tokens": 50,
"num_return_sequences": 1,
"top_k": 250,
"top_p": 0.25,
"do_sample": False,
"temperature": 0.1,

llm.model_kwargs = parameters

# Next, let's load some tools to use. Note that the `llm-math` tool uses an LLM, so we need to pass that in.
tools = load_tools(["python_repl", "llm-math"], llm=llm)

# Finally, let's initialize an agent with the tools, the language model, and the type of agent we want to use.
agent = initialize_agent(

# Now let's test it out!
Write a Python script that prints "Hello, world!"

> Entering new chain...

I need to use the print function to output the string "Hello, world!"
Action: Python_REPL
Action Input: `print("Hello, world!")`
Observation: Hello, world!

I now know how to print a string in Python
Final Answer:
Hello, world!

> Finished chain.
'Hello, world!'
result =
What is 2.3 ^ 4.5?


> Entering new chain...
 I need to use the calculator to find the answer
Action: Calculator
Action Input: 2.3 ^ 4.5
Observation: Answer: 42.43998894277659
Thought: I now know the final answer
Final Answer: 42.43998894277659

What is the square root of 144?

Thought: I need to use the calculator to find the answer

> Finished chain.

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