As we know, the single pivot quick sort takes a pivot from one of the ends of the array and partitioning the array, so that… Read More »
You have been given an array and you have to make a program to convert that array such that positive elements occur at even numbered… Read More »
An array contains both positive and negative numbers in random order. Rearrange the array elements so that all negative numbers appear before all Examples: Input… Read More »
This a common question asked in DS interviews that despite of better worst case performance of merge sort, quicksort is considered better than mergesort. There… Read More »
We have discussed implementation of QuickSort using Lomuto partition scheme. Lomuto’s partition scheme is easy to implement as compare to Hoare scheme. Lomuto’s Partition Scheme… Read More »
We have discussed sorting weapons used by different languages in previous article. In this article, C++’s Sorting Weapon, Introsort is discussed. What is Introsort? Simply… Read More »
Ever wondered how sort() function we use in C++/Java or sorted() in Python work internally? Here is a list of all the inbuilt sorting algorithms… Read More »
Standard C library provides qsort function that can be used for sorting an array. Following is the prototype of qsort() function. // Sort an array… Read More »
In QuickSort, partition function is in-place, but we need extra space for recursive function calls. A simple implementation of QuickSort makes two calls to itself… Read More »
We have discussed (in tail recursion) that a recursive function is tail recursive if recursive call is the last thing executed by the function. We… Read More »
In simple QuickSort algorithm, we select an element as pivot, partition the array around pivot and recur for subarrays on left and right of pivot.
Why is Quick Sort preferred for arrays? Below are recursive and iterative implementations of Quick Sort and Merge Sort for arrays.
The worst case time complexity of a typical implementation of QuickSort is O(n2). The worst case occurs when the picked pivot is always an extreme… Read More »
Given a set of n nuts of different sizes and n bolts of different sizes. There is a one-one mapping between nuts and bolts. Match… Read More »
We recommend to read following post as a prerequisite of this post. K’th Smallest/Largest Element in Unsorted Array | Set 1