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Segrating postive and negative numbers using bubble sort concept

I have used the method of bubbling but it keep showing me error...if any of u have a little idea plzz amend it plzz🥺 https://code.sololearn.com/chrRfev4AwH8/?ref=app

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1/27/2022 4:34:27 AM

Brat__

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void bubble( int* p, size_t items ) { int* temp = new int[ items ]; for( size_t i { 0 }, R { 0 }, C; R < items; R++ ) { for( C = 0; C < items; C++ ) { if( R ) { if( p[ C ] >= 0 ) // copy positive values { temp[ i++ ] = p[ C ]; } } else { if( p[ C ] < 0 ) // copy negative values { temp[ i++ ] = p[ C ]; } } } } // copy values from <temp> back into <p> for( size_t i { 0 }; i < items; i++ ) { p[ i ] = temp[ i ]; } delete [] temp; }

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Lill__brattiee The problem was with inner for loop You did j = i + 1 but j <= 0 which will never execute. some little changes done https://code.sololearn.com/cFhadC7PZ8XE/?ref=app

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I managed to do this with the help of a temporary array in the bubble() function. Basically, using a nested loop, first we copy negative values, followed by positive values into the temporary array. When we're done, copy all items in temporary array back into original array. There's a little bit of change in the bubble() forward declaration void bubble( int*, size_t ); Implementation below ...

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A͢J hey listen listen!! we don't have to change order yr😩

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A͢J the order in which we enter numbers...that shouldn't be change ...we have to just consider postive numbers and negative aside

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Lill__brattiee Done using while loop

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A͢J 🙏

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Ipang 😶we didn't have to use extra array sorry forgot to mention Anyway tysm 😁

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Lill__brattiee Try to write a clean code as I did so it would be easy to understand.

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A͢J can u luk into once again plzzz we have to take order in preference plz plz

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Lill__brattiee Which order?

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Lill__brattiee Ok got it we should not change order. We just have to change position of elements?

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A͢J yeaaa we just have to place all the negative numbrs first and then postive .. sorry for ur inconvenience