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For sorting the array bubble sort is the simplest technique. Bubble sort works by swapping the adjacent elements if they are in wrong order .
Example:
Given array - (9, 7, 2, 5)
After first iteration - (7, 2, 5, 9)
After second iteration - (2, 5, 7, 9)
and so on...
In this way, the array is sorted by placing the greater element at the end of the array .

# Sorting the array in Bash
# using Bubble sort \
# Static input of Array
arr = (10 8 20 100 12)
echo "Array in original order"
echo \${arr[*]}
# Performing Bubble sort
for ((i = 0; i<5; i++))
do
for((j = i; j<5-i-1; j++))
do
if ((\${arr[j]} > \${arr[\$((j+1))]}))
then
# swap
temp = \${arr[\$j]}
arr[\$j] = \${arr[\$((j+1))]}
arr[\$((j+1))] = \$temp
fi
done
done

echo "Array in sorted order :"
echo \${arr[*]}
Output :
Array in sorted order :
8 10 12 20 100

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