Three quick sorting algorithms implemented by ruby

Time:2022-4-27

When I first learned ruby, it happened that the algorithm teacher encouraged me to write algorithms in unfamiliar languages. I’ll use ruby~~
Ruby is really powerful. Many intuitive methods can be used….. Worship infinity….

During this period, I encountered the error of invalid multibyte char (us-ascii). The solution is to add a #encoding: UTF-8 at the beginning
This error has been asked on stack overflow, and someone’s answer is
Write # encoding: utf-8 on top of that file. That changes the default encoding of all string/regexp literals in that file utf-8.
Reference link: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3678172/ruby-1-9-invalid-multibyte-char-us-ascii

 

Normal version of quick sort:

 

Copy codeThe code is as follows:


#encoding: utf-8
#author: xu jin, 4100213
#date: Oct 20, 2012
#RandomizedQuickSort
#to sort an array by using QuickSort
#example:
#The original array is:[10, 35, 25, 67, 69, 52, 24, 40, 69, 76, 6, 49]
#The sorted array is: [6, 10, 24, 25, 35, 40, 49, 52, 67, 69, 69, 76]

 

arrayInt = Array.new
index = 0
while (index < 12)
  arrayInt[index] = rand(100)  #produce 12 random number
  index += 1
end
puts “The original array is:” + arrayInt.to_s

def QuickSort(arrayInt, first, last)
  if first < last 
    middle = Partition(arrayInt, first, last)
    QuickSort(arrayInt, first, middle – 1)
    QuickSort(arrayInt, middle + 1, last)    
  end 
end

def Partition(arrayInt, first, last) 
  x = arrayInt[last]
  i = first – 1
  for j in first .. (last – 1)
    if arrayInt[j] <= x
       i += 1
       arrayInt[i], arrayInt[j] = arrayInt[j], arrayInt[i]  #exchange
    end
  end
  arrayInt[i + 1], arrayInt[last] = arrayInt[last], arrayInt[i + 1]
  return i + 1
end

QuickSort(arrayInt, 0, arrayInt.length-1)
puts “The sorted array is: ” + arrayInt.to_s

 

 

Randomized version of quick sort:

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#encoding: utf-8
#author: xu jin, 4100213
#date: Oct 20, 2012
#RandomizedQuickSort
#to sort an array by using randomized QuickSort
#example:
#The original array is:[14, 47, 46, 49, 82, 76, 92, 22, 44, 81, 59, 61]
#The sorted array is: [14, 22, 44, 46, 47, 49, 59, 61, 76, 81, 82, 92]

 

arrayInt = Array.new
index = 0
while (index < 12)
  arrayInt[index] = rand(100)  #produce 12 random number
  index += 1
end
puts “The original array is:” + arrayInt.to_s

def RandomizedQuickSort(arrayInt, first, last)
  if first < last 
    middle = RandomizedPartition(arrayInt, first, last)
    RandomizedQuickSort(arrayInt, first, middle – 1)
    RandomizedQuickSort(arrayInt, middle + 1, last)    
  end 
end

def RandomizedPartition(arrayInt, first, last)
  i = rand(last – first + 1) + first
  arrayInt[i], arrayInt[last] = arrayInt[last], arrayInt[i]
  return Partition(arrayInt, first, last) 
end

def Partition(arrayInt, first, last) 
  x = arrayInt[last]
  i = first – 1
  for j in first .. (last – 1)
    if arrayInt[j] <= x
       i += 1
       arrayInt[i], arrayInt[j] = arrayInt[j], arrayInt[i]  #exchange
    end
  end
  arrayInt[i + 1], arrayInt[last] = arrayInt[last], arrayInt[i + 1]
  return i + 1
end

RandomizedQuickSort(arrayInt, 0, arrayInt.length-1)
puts “The sorted array is: ” + arrayInt.to_s

 

 


The randomization version of quick sort uses Ruby syntax sugar:

 

Copy codeThe code is as follows:


#encoding: utf-8
#author: xu jin, 4100213
#date: Oct 20, 2012
#RandomizedQuickSort
#to sort an array by using randomized QuickSort
#example:
#The original array is:[14, 47, 46, 49, 82, 76, 92, 22, 44, 81, 59, 61]
#The sorted array is: [14, 22, 44, 46, 47, 49, 59, 61, 76, 81, 82, 92]

 

arrayInt = Array.new
index = 0
while (index < 12)
  arrayInt[index] = rand(100)  #produce 12 random number
  index += 1
end
puts “The original array is:” + arrayInt.to_s

def RandomizedQuickSort(a)
  i = rand(a.length)
  a[i], a[a.length – 1] = a[a.length – 1], a[i]
  (x=a.pop) ? RandomizedQuickSort(a.select{|i| i <= x}) + [x] + RandomizedQuickSort(a.select{|i| i > x}) : [] 
end

puts “The sorted array is: ” + RandomizedQuickSort(arrayInt).to_s