What are the types of sorting techniques Explain bubble sort and merge sort

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What are the types of sorting techniques? Explain bubble sort and merge sort

Data structures- sorting techniques


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Types of Sorting Techniques
Bubble Sort.
Insertion Sort.
Selection Sort.
Quick Sort.
Merge Sort.
Heap Sort.
Merge Sort

Merge Sort
 is a recursive algorithm that is used in most of the servers and applications that require sorting procedures. It is one of the fastest methods to sort a data set and more importantly, it requires minimum time to do so. For large data sets, which is actually our main concern, the merge sort is definitely more effective than most other algorithms in terms of time. Shortly, we will see how this works, and, how it stnds in comparison to the bubble sort.
Bubble Sort
The bubble sort procedure is a more intuitive and easily imaginable approach to visualize sorting. However, it loses its effectiveness when it comes to handling ‘Big Data’. Hence, we need to adopt a better approach for sorting, as we will see during the course of this article.

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