Sorting is one of the most used features in programming. And it will take time to complete the sorting if we didn't use the correct algorithm. In this
In this article, we are going to discuss different sorting algorithms.
We will walk you through the different sorting algorithms with every step that comes in implementation. The implementation part will be in Python. You can easily convert it into any language once you get the algorithm. That’s the matter of language syntax.
We will see different algorithms from worst to best in this tutorial. So, don’t worry. Follow the article and implement them.
Let’s dive into the sorting algorithms.
Insertion sort is one of the simple sorting algorithms. It’s easy to implement. And it will cost you more time to sort an array. It won’t be used in most of the cases for sorting for larger arrays.
The insertion sort algorithm maintains sorted and unsorted sub-parts in the given array.
The sorted sub-part contains only the first element at the beginning of the sorting process. We will take an element from the unsorted array and place them in the correct position in the sorted sub-array.
Let’s see the visual illustrations of insertion sort step by step with an example.
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