TestArrays_Solutions

TestArrays_Solutions - import java.util Program for Lab...

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Sheet1 Page 1 import java.util.* /** Program for Lab: Timing execution */ public class TestArrays { /** Determine and print how long it takes to create a Date object. */ public static void times() { // Store in timeStart a Date with the time at which the statement is executed. Date timeStart= new Date() // Store in timeEnd a Date with the time at which the statement is executed. Date timeEnd= new Date() System.out.println(timeStart) System.out.println("Time timeStart, in milliseconds: " + timeStart.getTime()) System.out.println() System.out.println(timeEnd) System.out.println("Time timeStart, in milliseconds: " + timeEnd.getTime()) } /** Execute selection sort and insertion sort m times on an array of 5000 elements. Print timing results in the console. Precondition: m >= 0*/ public static void testSorts(int m) { Date timeStart Date timeEnd int[] b= new int[5000] // Run selection sort m times and print the results System.out.println("Running selection sort " + m + " times") timeStart= new Date()
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This homework help was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course CS 100 taught by Professor Fan/vanloan during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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