纠正下 from array import array 这个数组，只能指定特定类型的数组
A Python array is as lean as a C array. When creating an array, you provide a typecode, a letter to determine the underlying C type used to store each item in the array. For example, b is the typecode for signed char. If you create an array('b'), then each item will be stored in a single byte and interpreted as an integer from –128 to 127. For large sequences of numbers, this saves a lot of memory. And Python will not let you put any number that does not match the type for the array.