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2. In this way, the nested nature of the looping constructs is clearly visible. 2). The elements appearing above the line are in their final positions. Notice that in this particular example the last two traversals (not shown) are redundant; the list becomes sorted after five, not seven, traversals. However, observe that if, for example, the smallest element happens to be last in the original list (that is, at the top in our illustrations), then all N − 1 traversals are in fact necessary, since elements that are to be “bubbled down” (elbbubed?
Bubblesort: An Example To further illustrate control structures, let us examine a sorting algorithm. Sorting is one of the most interesting topics in algorithmics, and many important developments are connected with it in one way or another. The input to a sorting problem is an unordered list of elements, say numbers. cls March 18, 2004 13:47 I. 1 dog body typical dogma sun Two bubblesort traversals on five elements. ) dog body typical sun dogma start dog typical body sun dogma typical dog body sun dogma typical dog body sun dogma end start First traversal (a) typical dog sun body dogma typical sun dog body dogma end Second traversal (b) ascending order.
All that the user of the subroutine has to know is what it does, but not how it does it. This greatly simplifies the problem, by reducing the amount of detail that needs to be kept in mind. Using subroutines, it is possible to develop a complex algorithm gradually, step by step. A typical algorithmic problem calls for a fully detailed solution that utilizes the allowed elementary actions only. The designer can work towards that goal gradually, by first devising a high-level algorithm, which uses “elementary” instructions that are not in the book.