I have been looking around the web for a while and I am wondering if there is a 'stable' defacto implementation of quicksort that is generally used?  I can write my own but why reinvent the wheel......
I implemented quicksort and found that it work faster than native .sort() method, here is the Performance test  Why and how is this happening?...
I've never coded this myself before, unfortunately. My implementation operates on a custom class based on sorting the "date" field. Yes I am fully aware I can use the built-in Javascript sort and specify the comparator function but that&#...
My Quicksort is working perfectly and the code is here:  https://gist.github.com/RoloRobot/b2e15af9ab0d8c1bdbdd  What I want to do is make it sort not only numbers, but strings and objects as well. How would I go about doing that? Any help would be a...
I'm currently digging into the theoretical field of algorithms for university and I've implemented a version of the Quicksort based on how I understood the algorithm works. After that I've compared it to existing solutions and my implemen...
I tried to write some code to get quicksort running in javascript, but the final array is returned without duplicates (if it originally had some)  function quickSort(array) {   if (array.length <= 1) return array;   var pivot = array[0];  var left...
I have a table and I want to sort it by one field. However, I need to carry another field, which will provide the needed data for swapping the table entries. It works, but when the field that we sort by has a value 10 (maybe this will be a problem fo...
I'm wondering why i'm hitting an infinite loop in my recursive quick sort algorithm  when I try to run the return statement return (quicksort(less).concat([swapPos], quicksort(more)) it enters an infinite loop.  http://jsbin.com/uMAmIXA/1/edi...
I am learning selection sort.  I am getting the correct output for some values, but not for all the values, don't know why??  Please find below code snippet:   function selectionSortRecursion(arr,p){     if( arr.length === 1){         return p;...

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