Code Snippet vbScript - Sorting With and Without Code ##vbScript - Sorting With and Without Code Please see my post [vbScript - The Basics](https://www.daniweb.com/programming/threads/516400/vbscript-the-basics) for more details on vbScript. Sorting is something that must be done from time to time. I'm going to examine three ways. The first is the well known (at least by name) QuickSort method. Rather than repeating existing explanations of the actual algorithm I'll just refer you to the [Wikipedia QuickSort article](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quicksort) and present the code with comments below. The second method uses a binary tree. The concept is simple even if the implementation is a little difficult to grasp initially. We start with the … +1 Code Snippet vbScript Implementation of QuickSort Over the years I've seen a lot of discussion (and several implementations) of the Quicksort algorithm. Most of what I have seen, unfortunately, lacks sufficient commenting as well as meaningful variable names. Hopefully the following vbScript code will more clearly show how Quicksort actually works. A couple of incidental notes: 1. I use PrimalScript for editing and I have comments set to display with a silver-grey background and black text. This makes comments very distinct from code (and is also why I have a closing single quote at the end of lines). 1. The test code section at the end … +1 Hello everyone,i think i know quick sort algorithm.But i need help in figuring out its worst case. Lets look at the below quicksort code----> void quicksort(int arr[],int low,int high) //low and high are pased from main() { int m; if(lowpivot) j--; if(i p) r--; if (l <= r) { int t = *l; *l++ = *r; *r-- = t; } } quick_sort(a, r - a + 1); quick_sort(l, a + n - l); } int main () { int a[] = {4, 65, 2, -31, 0, 99, 2, 83, 782, 1}; int n = sizeof a / sizeof a[0]; … +0 Quickselect, based on quicksort, and counting select, based on counting sort. Each is capable of finding the kth smallest element in an unsorted/sorted list/array. This is some example code for a QuickSelect algorithm. This doesn't include the partition function. // return the kth smallest item int quickSelect(int items[], int first, int last, int k) { int pivot = partition(items, first, last); if (k < pivot-first) { return quickSelect(items, first, pivot, k); } else if (k > pivot) { return quickSelect(items, pivot+1, last, k-pivot); } else { return items[k]; } } Counting select, based on the counting sort algorithm, looks something … +0 Having trouble getting the QuickSort to work in this code. I turned off the counter for now, just trying to get the sorted array to display correctly. This is the results I get from the code: This program keeps track of the number of comparisons required to to sort a randomly generated array array. How large do you want the array to be? 4 Array to be sorted is: 677 419 981 377 The sorted array is: -858993460 -858993460 -858993460 -858993460 Press any key to continue . . . Here is the code I'm using [code] #include #include … +0 I have a problem with this code : [CODE] #include using namespace std; void qsort(int A[], int len) { if(len>=2){ int l=0; int u=len-1; int pivot=A[rand()%len]; while(lpivot)u--; swap(A[l], A[u]); } qsort(A,l); qsort(&A[l+1],len-l-1); } else{return;} } void swap(int a, int b) { int temp; temp=a; a=b; b=temp; } void printlist(int l[],int len) { int i; for(i=0;i int quick(int a[],int left,int right){ if(left #include #include using namespace std; template void quick_sort (vector &v, int low, int high){ //DO NOT SOLVE WHEN FACED WITH ONLY 1 OR 2 ELEMENTS if (low == high) {return;} else if (low + 1 == high){ if (v[low] < v[high]){ swap(v[low], v[high]); } return; } //PIVOTE int … +0 I keep getting a stackOverflow error in my quickSort and I can not figure out why. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! [CODE] private static void quickSortRecPriv(int[] arr, int first, int last, int ps) { int pivot = arr[first]; int left = first; int right = last; if (arr == null || first < 0 || last >= arr.length - 1) { throw new IllegalArgumentException(); } if (arr.length < 1) { return; } if(arr.length < ps) { InsertionSorter.insertionSort(arr); return; } while ( true ) { while ( arr[left] < pivot ) left++; while ( arr[right] > pivot ) right--; if … +0 CONVERT THIS QUICK SORT PROGRAM INTO PARTITION OF 3,5,7OR 11 ELEMENTS. [CODE] #include"stdafx.h" #include using namespace std; #include #include #define size 50 void swap(int *x,int *y) { int temp; temp = *x; *x = *y; *y = temp; } int partition(int i,int j ) { return((i+j) /2); } void quicksort(int list[],int m,int n) { int key,i,j,k; if( m < n) { k = partition(m,n); swap(&list[m],&list[k]); key = list[m]; i = m+1; j = n; while(i <= j) { while((i <= n) && (list[i] <= key)) i++; while((j >= m) && (list[j] > key)) j--; if( i < j) … +0 pls any one tell me why the loop is not ending?? (program for quick sort)[CODE][/CODE] [CODE]#include int partition(int a[],int l,int r); void quicksort(int a[],int low,int high); int loc,temp,pivot,a[50],low,high,left,right; int main() { int n,i; printf("\nEnter the no: of elements : " ); scanf("%d",&n); printf("\nEnter the numbers : "); for(i=0;i=a[low]&&low

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