This Python array tutorial will help you understand what is an array, how to use an array, what are the types of arrays and you will also see a demo on how to use an array in simple Python programming. An array is a collection of values that can be added removed, and it changed just like a list. Unlike a list, an array is homogeneous, that is, it can only hold a single type of data. It is also multi-dimensional. It supports mathematical functions and is fast and efficient. Arrays can be one dimensional, two dimensional, three dimensional or multi-dimensional. The best way to visualize an array is in rows and columns. You can also look at it by its dimensional access or rank. Now, let us get started and understand how arrays in Python actually work. Course Length: 19:30 Source: Simplilearn
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