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Bucket Sort in Python

Introduction

In this tutorial, we'll be diving into the theory and implementation of Bucket Sort in Python.

Bucket Sort is a comparison-type algorithm which assigns elements of a list we want to sort in Buckets, or Bins. The contents of these buckets are then sorted, typically with another algorithm. After

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Binary Search in Python

Introduction

In this article, we'll be diving into the idea behind and Python implementation of Binary Search.

Binary Search is an efficient search algorithm that works on sorted arrays. It's often used as one of the first examples of algorithms that run in logarithmic time (O(logn)) because of its

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Insertion Sort in JavaScript

Introduction

In this article, we will explain what the idea behind Insertion Sort is and implement it in JavaScript.

Insertion Sort is one of the simpler sorting algorithms. It's highly intuitive, stable, in-place, and of comparison-type.

A stable sorting algorithm is an algorithm in which two objects with equal keys

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Selection Sort in JavaScript

Introduction

Selection Sort is one of the simpler and more intuitive sorting algorithms. It is an in-place, unstable, comparison algorithm.

This means that it transforms the input collection using no auxiliary data structures and that the input is overridden by the output (in-place algorithm).

Additionally, during its execution, it only

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