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Tip of the Day
Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 12, 2002

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Don't Worry about Sorting


It is possible to sort any type of array of elements, even if you don't know a sorting algorithm.

First, pass an array variable to sort the method (which is a member of the Arrays class). This will automatically sort the all the elements in the array.

Here is the sample code:
 
import java.util.*;

public class sorting
{
	public static void main(String[] args) 
	{
		int numbers[] = {4,2,7,5,1,9,3,8,6};
		String strings[] =
{"rohan","basha","nagendra","raheem"};
		Arrays.sort(numbers);
		Arrays.sort(strings);
		for(int i =0 ; I<numbers.length;i++)
		{ System.out.println(numbers[i]);}
		for(int i =0 ; I<strings.length;i++)
		{ System.out.println(strings[i]);}
	}
}
Shaik Chanbasha
 
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