I have implemented a simple BubbleSort to sort my tasks based on their priority and it looks like this int temp = 0; for (int write = 0; write < taskStructure.TasksArray.Count; write++) { for (int sort = 0; sort < taskStructure.TasksArray.Count - 1; sort++) { if (taskStructure.TasksArray[sort].taskPriority > taskStructure.TasksArray[sort +...

I made the algorithm below for bubblesort exercise at school. //Bubble Sort (My code) static void _BubbleSort(int[] a) { for (int i = 0; i < a.Length - 1; i++) { for (int j = 0; j < a.Length - 1 - i; j++) { if (a[j] > a[j +...

I figured out how to read in the strings, but I'm not sure how to use bubble sort to arrange them alphabetically. This is what I have to far. I keep receiving the error "Segmentation fault (core dumped). #include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> #define NUM 25 /* number of strings */...

#include <iostream> #include<conio.h> using namespace std; int main() { int hold; int swapNumber=0; int compare=0; int array[10]; for(int i=0; i<10; i++) { cout<<"Enter 10 numbers: "<<endl; cin>>array[i]; } cout<<endl; // what user inputed cout<<"Originally entered array by the user is: "<<endl; for(int k=0; k<10; k++) { cout<<array[k]; cout<<endl; }...

I am new to Java and I have a question regarding optimization. How fast is it if I declare before my IF statement a variable that gets the value of x.indexOf(i) + 1 instead of just putting it twice in my code below (which depicts the first call of a...

I'm writing a code that ask at the user to insert the numbers of the array and then write each numbers, do the same thing in another array, and at the end compare the first array with the second array and print out the bubble sort of all numbers, so...

I have been working on a programming challenge, problem here, which basically states: Given integer array, you are to iterate through all pairs of neighbor elements, starting from beginning - and swap members of each pair where first element is greater than second. And then return the amount of swaps...

I am new to C language and I am currently learning to write a basic function of bubble sort. Everything seems good and the rest of the program runs well. However, there is an unexpected 0 appears in the output. I checked my code and I didn't know why. Could...

This question already has an answer here: Why does Property Set throw StackOverflow exception? 2 answers I was writing a bubblesort in C# and ran into this problem. Below are my classes and after the classes I will describe my problem. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text;...

Hello everyone I'm trying to sort my double linked list in C using bubble sort algorithm. Here is my code: struct node { unsigned char key; unsigned char num; struct node *left; struct node *right; }; Here is my sort funcion: void sort(int count, struct node *t_node) { struct node...

I am creating a simple program that should utilize the bubble sort algorithm to sort a list of numbers in ascending order. Just for testing purposes I have added the line alert(unsortedNumbers);and as you can see if you run it, the numbers do not change order no matter how many...

My code is not showing the first pass when I entered the value 1,2,3,4,5 because of the count condition which i have used. But i want my code to show at least 1 pass if it is in sorted order also. stop the process if u find that the list...

How can I change the below arrays into a doubly-linked list with struct and pointers and still have this program work? I assume that is possible correct? The program I need to create needs to store the name and age into nodes on the doubly linked list. #include <stdio.h> #include...

I'm having a bit of trouble bubblesorting Calendars by date, I'm not sure what's wrong with my code. First: I have a class(named Note) which contains multiple variables and methods, one of those variables is a Calendar. Then I have an ArrayList<aboveclass> named list containing multiple instances of the above...

Its been bugging me for hours because it is always returning 0 at numbers[i] and I cant figure out the problem. code worked for a different program but I had to change it so it could have a custom array size and that's when everything went wrong. any help would...

#include <stdio.h> int main(void) { int i, j, tmp; int data[] = {1, 6, 7, 10, 9, 8}; for ( i = 0; i < sizeof(data); i++) for ( j = 0; j < sizeof(data) - 1; j++) if (data[j] > data[j + 1]) { tmp = data[j]; data[j] =...

Normally the running time complexity of a buublesort is O(n^2) but the algorithm given below has a while loop and a for loop the for loop depends upon n but the while loop is simply a checker for a boolean value. Can anyone tell me how would i calculate the...

I'm a beginner programmer and I don't understand the last method (mysort) in this code. It's actually an example for bubble sort. import java.util.*; public class Sort { public static void main(String[] args) { int[] a = {22, 55, 44, 11, 33}; disp(a); mysort(a); disp(a); } public static void disp(int[]...

I am writing a program which receives some numbers from the client and then sort them with Bubble sorting function and the other function which receive one number from client and then search it between the other number with binary search function .Please inform me what the problem of this...

I want to compare how many swaps and comparisons (<, >, ==, !=) it took for a bubblesort vs. quicksort function to sort an array of unique numbers. The problem is that the quicksort function I use is recursive and I am a bit unsure how to keep track of...

How do I go about sorting a 2-D string array in C using bubble sort (or any other kind of sorting in that matter) ? What I'm actlly trying to do is as follows : Example: Unsorted 2-D string array : abfg abcd xyzw pqrs orde Sorted 2-D string array:...

So i tried to apply bubble sort technique to an associative array. What i tried is making a normal array and then applying bubble sort. This worked , so now I'm trying to do the same for my associative array but I can't understand why it doesn't work, can someone...

My code is as follows: void bubbleSort(char *array, int size){ int sorted = 0; int x; while(!sorted){ int start = 0; int stop = size; sorted = 1; for(x = start; x < stop; x++){ if(array[x] > array[x+1]){ swap(array[x], array[x+1]); sorted = 0; } } if(sorted){ break; } sorted =...

My assignment requires me to code several methods that will compare an array of first names from a .txt file. I'm currently stuck on a BubbleSort method. Trying to get it to run. This is my code for the BubbleSort: public static int bubbleSort(String[] array) { boolean swapped = false;...

I am trying to obtain two cluster from the strings via bubble sort algorithm. Main logic is putting the character strings to left side and the numbers to right side, and the positions can not be changed according to the right to left reading, also i need to use bubble...

I could use some help with this code, it is almost done. I just need to convert it back to letters, but I can't get it to work. Does anyone know how it should be done? namespace Sorteringen { class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { { int[] letters...

This is my first question here. I am trying to manually sort a linked list of integers in java and I can not figure out what is wrong with my code. Any suggestions? I don't get any error, however I still have my output unordered. I tried a few different...

I have a function bubble_sort_linkedList declared as, void bubble_sort_linkedList(node *head); The definition of the function (to sort in ascending order) goes like this : void bubble_sort_linkedList(node *head){ node *ptr, *lptr; int temp; lptr = NULL; ptr = head; if(ptr == NULL || ptr->next == NULL) return; while(ptr != lptr){ while(ptr->next...

I am slowly trying to figure out the implementation of bubble Sort, the concept is easy enough to understand. basically i have this far with it: <?php namespace TeamRock; class BubbleSort { public function sort(array $integers) { if (count ($integers) > 0) { //if value of array is over one...

I am trying to make a basic bubble sort and count the number of passes and swaps it takes to complete. So for the example input: 23 - This is just the amount of numbers below.. Don't ask why I can't just use the len() 20 18 8 11 17...

I'm trying to arrange this character array that only contains digits,it prints the same array with the order I input it without any change , i tried using type casting in the if statement, it gave me correct results when running but it wasn't accepted by the online judge.what is...

import java.util.*; public class bubblesort { public int input; public int c; public int d; public int swap; public int[] arr= new int[input]; Random rand = new Random(); Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); public static void main(String[] args) { bubblesort b = new bubblesort(); Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); System.out.println("Ascending(1),Descending(2),Random(3)");...

I use g++ -std=c++11 Sort.cpp to compile my file. My problem is the bubble sort don't sort. Maybe I'm passing the vector by value but I don't know is closely my firt time trying work with c++ and I chose use vector library. My code is: #include <iostream> #include <vector>...