cdata object that is a "view" of all items from ``start`` to ``stop``.
It is a cdata of type "array" (so e.g. passing it as an argument to a
C function would just convert it to a pointer to the ``start`` item).
- As with indexing, negative bounds mean really negative indices, like in
+ It makes cdata's of type "array" behave more like a Python list, but
+ as with indexing, negative bounds mean really negative indices, like in
C. As for slice assignment, it accepts any iterable, including a list
of items or another array-like cdata object, but the length must match.
(Note that this behavior differs from initialization: e.g. if you pass