## Can we do bubble sort one loop?

You need to iterate multiple times in order to achieve the sorting. it didn’t work by your solution not giving the correct output. I didnt have time to test it, but I posted it as an example of how to do it with one loop. The key concept is not to exit the loop until no changes have been made to it.

## How does bubble sort use loops?

The Bubble Sort algorithm utilizes two loops: an outer loop to iterate over each element in the input list, and an inner loop to iterate, compare and exchange a pair of values in the list. The inner loop takes (N-1) iterations while the outer loop takes N iterations.

**How do you sort an array with bubble sort in C++?**

Working of Bubble Sort

- Starting from the first index, compare the first and the second elements.
- If the first element is greater than the second element, they are swapped.
- Now, compare the second and the third elements. Swap them if they are not in order.
- The above process goes on until the last element.

### How do you solve a bubble sort?

Implementing Bubble Sort Algorithm

- Starting with the first element(index = 0), compare the current element with the next element of the array.
- If the current element is greater than the next element of the array, swap them.
- If the current element is less than the next element, move to the next element. Repeat Step 1.

### How do you sort a list in a loop?

ALGORITHM:

- STEP 1: Declare and initialize an array.
- STEP 2: Loop through the array and select an element.
- STEP 3: The inner loop will be used to compare the selected element from the outer loop with the rest of the elements of the array.
- STEP 4: If any element is less than the selected element then swap the values.

**Why does bubble sort need two loops?**

The first loop (outer) makes sure it traverses the entire array n times (n = number of elements in the array). The second loop (inner) makes sure it swaps numbers in each traversal. There are several variants of bubble sort.

#### Why does bubble sort have two for loops?

The second loop is basically there to decrease the comparison (Number of elements – pass – 1), after each iteration, since with each pass, we place the largest element to the right side (of the logically unsorted list).

#### How do you solve a bubble sort example?

Bubble Sort is the simplest sorting algorithm that works by repeatedly swapping the adjacent elements if they are in the wrong order. Example: First Pass: ( 5 1 4 2 8 ) –> ( 1 5 4 2 8 ), Here, algorithm compares the first two elements, and swaps since 5 > 1.

**How to do bubble sort in C with for loop?**

This C program for bubble sort uses the Nested For Loop to sort the One Dimensional Array elements in ascending order. Here, For Loop will make sure that the number is between 0 and maximum size value of One Dimensional Array. Condition inside the For Loop is True.

## What is the basic bubble sort algorithm?

The basic bubble sort algorithm can be explained as follows: for i <- 1 to indexOfLastUnsortedElement-1 This algorithm does the swapping of elements to get the final output in the desired order.

## How to bubble sort one dimensional array in C?

This C program for bubble sort uses the Nested For Loop to sort the One Dimensional Array elements in ascending order. Here, For Loop will make sure that the number is between 0 and maximum size value of One Dimensional Array.

**What is Big O notation for bubble sort?**

Big O notation specifies that how much space is required by an algorithm for program’s input. Big O notation is also known as Bachmann-Landau notation. For Bubble sort algorithm, Big O is n^2 which is written as O(n^2) in worst and average case. This means in bubble sort, both inner and outer loop iterated n times.