In this lesson, we learn about arrays and how they are used in Python!
We'll cover the following
In Python, an array is just an ordered sequence of homogeneous elements. In other words, an array can only hold elements of one datatype. Python arrays are basically just wrappers for C arrays. The type is constrained and specified at the time of creation.
Python arrays are initialized using the array library:
import array new_array = array.array('type', [list])
type defines the data type of array and
list is a python list containing homogenous elements.
Consider the example below: