As I write this, the question has three of the five reopen votes needed to reopen. I don't personally feel strongly enough about it to cast my own 'vote'.
It also has two of the three delete votes needed for deletion. I do feel strongly enough about keeping the question and it's answer around (even if closed) to reverse that deletion should it occur.
Note: the OP did re-ask the question as suggested in a comment. That question was answered here, then migrated to Stack Overflow: How do I create a Python CLR procedure in SQL Server? where it was edited to be more correct.
The final state of the Q & A here should probably contain a more permanent link to that SO question. (It's too old now to migrate the original question to Stack Overflow to close as a duplicate without staff intervention). The question probably has independent value on this site anyway.
Update: The question has now been reopened by user voting, and the delete votes cleared.