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Quick Sort in C++ Tutorial With Example | C++ Quick Sort Program is today’s topic. Like Merge Sort, Quick Sort is also a recursive sorting algorithm that uses Divide and Conquers method. If you don’t know what Divide and Conquer are, then please read our Merge Sort tutorial first.

British computer scientist Tony Hoare developed the QuickSort algorithm in 1959 and published in 1961. Quicksort is the algorithm that is being used most of the compiler in their **sort().**

In Quick Sort first, we need to choose a value, called **pivot** (preferably the last element of the array). Then, we arrange the smaller values towards the left side of the pivot and higher values towards the right side of the pivot.

These two operations are performed recursively until there is only one element left at both the side of the pivot. In other words, quicksort algorithm is the following.

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Quick Sort in C++ Tutorial With Example | C++ Quick Sort Program is today’s topic. Like Merge Sort, Quick Sort is also a recursive sorting algorithm that uses Divide and Conquers method. If you don’t know what Divide and Conquer are, then please read our Merge Sort tutorial first.

British computer scientist Tony Hoare developed the QuickSort algorithm in 1959 and published in 1961. Quicksort is the algorithm that is being used most of the compiler in their **sort().**

In Quick Sort first, we need to choose a value, called **pivot** (preferably the last element of the array). Then, we arrange the smaller values towards the left side of the pivot and higher values towards the right side of the pivot.

These two operations are performed recursively until there is only one element left at both the side of the pivot. In other words, quicksort algorithm is the following.

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Watch Great Learning’s video on the QuickSort Algorithm Using C! QuickSort Algorithm, developed Tony Hoare, in 1959, is one of the most efficient sorting algorithms and is based on the Divide-and-Conquer concept, where the arrays are split into subarrays which then are called to sort the elements. In Quicksort, the algorithm partitions the given array around the element it picks as a pivot. It’s said to be two to three times faster than its competitive counterparts heapsort and merge sort when implemented well.

Great Learning brings you this video “QuickSort Algorithm Using C”, aimed at helping you understand this specific type of algorithm. We start off by understanding what QuickSort is followed by understanding its algorithm. This video will help you understand the implementation of QuickSort algorithms and their analysis and will also take you through QuickSort Time/Space Complexity. Added to this, the video teaches these concepts by carrying out simultaneous demonstrations as well as examples of QuickSort algorithms.

- 00:00 Introduction
- 01:56 What is QuickSort?
- 05:15 QuickSort - Algorithm
- 07:35 Partition - Algorithm
- 12:20 QuickSort - Demonstration
- 15:58 QuickSort - Implementation
- 23:25 QuickSort - Time Complexity
- 25:55 QuickSort - Space Complexity
- 26:52 QuickSort - Analysis
- 29:03 QuickSort - Example
- 30:41 QuickSort Example Implementation

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C++ Insertion Sort Example | Insertion Sort Program In C++ is today’s topic. We are going to discuss insertion sort in C++, though this sorting technique is not that much efficient in comparison to other Sorting Algorithms like QuickSort, MergeSort, SelectionSort, HeapSort, it is suitable for a simple set of data like Quadratic sorting algorithms, etc.

If we want to sort an array using insertion sort technique in C++ programming, you have to ask the user to enter the array size and array elements in random order, now start sorting the elements of the array in ascending order using insertion sort technique.

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Before I get too deep into C, I need to show you how to get data into and out of your programs. Using assignment for data gets old after a while and you want to be able to have users enter their own data. And you definitely need to be able to see what happens to your data in a program so learning how to display data to the screen is important and necessary.

Besides demonstrating how to perform input and output in C, I will also be demonstrating two templates that are related to those topics — *Prompt, Then Read* and *Input, Process, Output* (IPO). The IPO template, in particular, is important because practically every C program you write will use this template.

When I talk about input and output in C, I’ll use the terms standard input and standard output. These terms refer to the default input and output devices on your computer. The standard input device is the keyboard. The standard output device is the computer’s monitor or screen. I will only use the terms input and output and when I use those terms I’m referring to standard input and standard output. If I want to refer to a different device for input and/or output, I’ll use the specific term for that device.

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We realized that compiling already existing C/C++ projects to WASI was much more challenging than we expected. This is because of two main reasons:

- It’s not trivial to install and use the WASI SDK
- It’s quite hard to port existing projects to WASI as it requires a tighter integration with all configuration and make tools

Inspired by these challenges we have been working non-stop on improving the tooling so it’s easier for anyone to use and adopt WebAssembly and WASI!

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