Codes - Sorting - #define merge Merge#define swap Swap...

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#define merge Merge #define swap Swap /** * Several sorting routines. * Arrays are rearranged with smallest item first. */ #include "vector.h" // Bubble Sort Function for Descending Order void bubble_sort(apvector <int> &array) { int i, j, flag = 1; // set flag to 1 to begin initial pass int temp; // holding variable int arrayLength = array.length( ); for(i = 1; (i <= arrayLength) && flag; i++) { flag = 0; for (j=0; j < (arrayLength -1); j++) { if (array[j+1] > array[j]) // ascending order simply changes to < { temp = array[j]; // swap elements array[j] = array[j+1]; array[j+1] = temp; flag = 1; // indicates that a swap occurred. } } } return; //arrays are passed to functions by address; nothing is returned }
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/** * Simple insertion sort. */ template <class Comparable> void insertionSort( vector<Comparable> & a ) { /* 1*/ for( int p = 1; p < a.size( ); p++ ) { /* 2*/ Comparable tmp = a[ p ]; int j; /* 3*/ for( j = p; j > 0 && tmp < a[ j - 1 ]; j-- ) /* 4*/ a[ j ] = a[ j - 1 ]; /* 5*/ a[ j ] = tmp; } } /** * Shellsort, using Shell's (poor) increments. */ template <class Comparable> void shellsort( vector<Comparable> & a ) { for( int gap = a.size( ) / 2; gap > 0; gap /= 2 ) for( int i = gap; i < a.size( ); i++ ) {
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Comparable tmp = a[ i ]; int j = i; for( ; j >= gap && tmp < a[ j - gap ]; j -= gap ) a[ j ] = a[ j - gap ]; a[ j ] = tmp; } } /** * Mergesort algorithm (driver).
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