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Questionaltering a merge sort to compare strings from input box Pin
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OriginalGriff11-Feb-15 23:01
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Please, don't post code like that:
public void Merge(string[] nameArray, int lower, int middle, int upper)
{
string[] temp = new string[nameArray.Length];
int lowEnd = middle - 1;
int low = lower;
int n = upper - lower + 1;
while ((lower <= lowEnd) && (middle <= upper))
{
if ((nameArray[lower]).CompareTo(nameArray[middle])<= 0)
{
temp[low] = nameArray[lower];
low++;
lower++;
}
else
{
temp[low] = nameArray[middle];
low++;
middle++;
}
}
while (lower &lt;= lowEnd)
{
temp[low] = nameArray[lower];
low++;
lower++;
}
while (middle &lt;= upper)
{
temp[low] = nameArray[middle];
low++;
middle++;
}
for (int i = 0; i &lt; n; i++)
{
nameArray[upper] = temp[upper];
upper--;
}
}



It makes it very hard to read!
Instead, use the "code" button above the text box to insert the <pre> tags which preserve formatting:
C#
public void Merge(string[] nameArray, int lower, int middle, int upper)
    {
    string[] temp = new string[nameArray.Length];
    int lowEnd = middle - 1;
    int low = lower;
    int n = upper - lower + 1;
    while ((lower <= lowEnd) && (middle <= upper))
        {
        if ((nameArray[lower]).CompareTo(nameArray[middle])<= 0)
            {
            temp[low] = nameArray[lower];
            low++;
            lower++;
            }
        else
            {
            temp[low] = nameArray[middle];
            low++;
            middle++;
            }
        }
    while (lower <= lowEnd)
        {
        temp[low] = nameArray[lower];
        low++;
        lower++;
        }
    while (middle <= upper)
        {
        temp[low] = nameArray[middle];
        low++;
        middle++;
        }
    for (int i = 0; i < n; i++)
        {
        nameArray[upper] = temp[upper];
        upper--;
        }
    }

Second, a problem report like "Im stuck on the sort...my code atm.... Help its driving me loopy" tells us nothing at all about the problem you are having.

Tell us what it does that you didn't expect, or doesn't do that you did!
Tell us what data you use to test it, and what you expect to get as a result. Then show us what you do get!

The better the information you give us (and remember that we can't see your screen, access your HDD, or read your mind) the better we can help you to fix the problem.
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