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C-Language Sorting

Sorting is technique which is used to arrange the data in a particular order, either ascending or descending order. In C-Language, there are 3 types of sorting techniques i.e. Bubble Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort.

Bubble Sort

1. Bubble Sort - It starts comparing numbers from starting till end of the list and place a largest number in the end in the 1st pass.

Bubble Sort

Selection Sort

2. Selection Sort - It starts comparing numbers from top and place a smallest number in starting in 1st pass.

Selection Sort

Insertion Sort

3. Insertion Sort- It starts comparing numbers from 1st index to top of the list and insert the number at its sorted position.

Insertion Sort

Exercise Question on Sorting

  1. WAP to input 5 numbers in 2 different arrays and Merge it in sorted order. Assuming that input numbers are not in sorted order.
Updated: 2-Dec-19