Naive string search algorithm

Naive string search algorithm is used if we want a string has substring init. Can be used to count the number of times the substring is appearing in main string. This post explains procedure behind naive string search algorithm with examples and implementations in various languages. What are you waiting for get a cup of coffee and go ahead.

Binary searching algorithm

Binary search is a little advanced searching algorithm works only on sorted sets. Binary search reduces the time complexity drastically when compared with linear search keeping space complexity same. Read further to see how this can be achieved.

Linear/Sequential Searching algorithm

The Linear searching algorithm is the first and easiest searching algorithms among all. The process involved in linear search is as exactly as same as how we search for a particular thing in our daily life. This post explains how linear search works and various implementations. Read further to understand it thoroughly.

radix sorting algorithm.

Radix sorting is an advanced sorting algorithm which sorts an array of values based upon the number of digits in a value than comparing the values for equality. Read more about radix sort in this article with appropriate examples and implementations in various languages.

Quick sorting algorithm

Quick sorting is one f the intermediate sorting algorithm which is similar to merge sort. Quick sort works based on divide and conquer approach. The main advantage of quick sort over merge sort is less space consumption. Read it further and implement yourself it here.

Merge sort algorithm

Merge sorting is an advanced sorting algorithm which uses divide and conquer policy. Merge sorting is not an in-place sorting algorithm. Using merge sort we can improve the speed of sorting but at the cost of space. If you want to see how it is done, go ahead and try it yourself over a cup of coffee.

Insertion sorting algorithm

Insertion sorting is an in-place sorting algorithm little advanced than bubble sorting and selection sort. By reading this article about you will understand the logic behind it and time and space complexities. I have provided the source code too.

Time complexity for conditional and looping statements.

In my previous article about the time complexity and big o notation, I have given an overview of the procedure, rules, and simplification of the big o notation. If you are new to big o notations and time complexities I would recommend reading that coming back to this article as this article explains little advanced …

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