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One thing I noticed is that u are starting the clock before providing the input so if u take 5 minutes to enter the elements it will also be counted as time-took-to-sort. so better move the start & end as below:

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Start=clock(); <- remove from here<br />
Printf("enter the no of elements:");<br />
Scanf("%d",&n);<br />
Printf("\n enter the elements to sort\n");<br />
for(i=0;i<=n:i++);<br />
scanf("%d",&a[i]);<br />
Start=clock();  -> put it here<br />
quick_sort(a,0,n-1);<br />
end=clock();


now the algorithm running time is not including the time for printing the messages and taking user input.
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