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Java algorithm

Skm Liyanage
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Joined: Sep 09, 2012
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please tell a source code for the bubble sort and quick sort algorithm


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fred rosenberger
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There is no such thing as a "java algorithm". There are algorithms that can be implemented in java, C, Perl, etc.

Bubble and quick sorts are very common, well documented ways of writing sorts. I'm sure if you searched, you could find algorithms in about 10 seconds.


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Jeff Verdegan
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Skm Liyanage wrote:please tell a source code


It doesn't work that way. This site is NotACodeMill(←click). Folks here expect you to ShowSomeEffort(←click). If you do that and ask a specific question about whatever difficulty you're having, people will be happy to help you. We won't do your work for you though.

Happy coding!
Skm Liyanage
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Joined: Sep 09, 2012
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thanks very much
 
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