Which will emerge fastest in sorting? Python or Rust? Algorithm performance has always been one of the key factors in solving complex real world use cases. We need efficient algorithms especially in the case of sorting huge amounts of data.
Algorithm performance has always been one of the key factors in solving complex real world use cases. We need efficient algorithms especially in the case of sorting huge amounts of data. In this article, I will walk you through how Bubble, Insertion, Quick and Merge sort algorithms are implemented in Python and Rust programming languages to find out if the programming language does matter in getting the edge in performance.
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import random import datetime def BubbleSortAsc(array): no_swap = True while no_swap: no_swap = False for position in range(0, len(array)-1): if array[position] > array[position+1]: ## swap temp = array[position] array[position] = array[position+1] array[position+1] = temp no_swap = True
if __name__ == "__main__": array = [index for index in range(1, 100001)] random.shuffle(array) start = datetime.datetime.now() BubbleSortAsc(array) end = datetime.datetime.now() print("It took: ", (end-start).total_seconds()*1000, "ms to sort")
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