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Radix Sort RadixSort assigns data values into a number of different buckets. The number of buckets needed depends upon the base of the data values. For example when working with data values in base 10, a total of 10 buckets will be needed. Data values are assigned to buckets based on a key value determined by using the modulo function. When working with data values in base 10, buckets are first assigned by computing the value (data value % 10). By looking at the data values in order in the buckets, the data values are reassigned to buckets based on the modulo value of the next digit. Overall when working with base r, for numbers between 0 and r
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