In real life, what is the fastest way to sort a deck of cards in order?
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im a big card player so thats how i would do it
yeah I hope someone comes here and gives me a real-life implementation mergesort or quicksort or heapsort or some other fancy sorting algorithm
I will look into this ...
you could be a magician
google? i found a couple, but since i don't understand programming it doesn't help me
insertion sort works something like this:
hand: unsorted cards
put the first card of the deck on the table
the top card of the deck is now your key
put it in it's appropriate position on the table, comparing it to the single card on the table
now the next card is the key
compare it right-to-left with the cards on the table, placing it in it's appropriate position on the table (i.e. just after a card that's smaller than it)
in the end you have a line of sorted cards on the table, so all you do is bundle them up :-D
Insertion sort is O(n^2) though :(
In real life agd, you wouldn't write a computer program to do it anyway, but do it by hand. What notsmart said sounds smart to me.
Insertion sort, for small n, is relatively efficient and simple, and therefore effective.