Recently we have been asked to create a hybrid sort based upon quicksorting down to a certain point and insertion sorting from then on. We are to calculate the efficency based upon previous tests. I had very little problems implementing a quicksort algorithm, but for the life of me, I can't get anything to work on the hybrid version. Can anyone help, provide tips or pointers?

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Jump to PostRecently we have been asked to create a hybrid sort based upon quicksorting down to a certain point and insertion sorting from then on. We are to calculate the efficency based upon previous tests. I had very little problems implementing a quicksort algorithm, but for the life of me, I …

Jump to PostI always find it instructive to see what others have done, and then apply my own style and ideas to the problem. In the case of a Quicksort/Insertion sort hybrid, you could look in Google for some other folk's source code, or if you have VC++, you can look at …

Jump to PostAssuming you have an insertion sort routine, try this modification to your code:

`void q_sort(int numbers[], int left, int right) { int pivot, l_hold, r_hold; // If there are few records left to look at, use an insertion sort // because it is faster. if ((right - …`

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