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Sort By Selection Algorithm By RECURSION

Posted on 2002-05-27
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Hello
  I want the algorithm of :
       Sort By Selection function of a array of integer elements  
   by RECURSION .
 
  SortBySelec(int a[]; int n);
  {
  }

 Thanks.....................
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void SortBySelec(int* a; int n);
{
    if(n == 1) retun;
    int j = 0;
    for(int i=1; i<n; i++)
       if(a[i] < a[0])
           j = i;
    a[0] = a[j];
    SortBySelec(&a[1], n-1);
}
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