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How can you sort the elements of the array in descending Order?

Posted By :Narayanan     Posted Date :September 14, 2011    Points :40   Category :C# 
By calling Sort() and then Reverse() methods.

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How can you sort the elements of the array in descending order?

  
By calling Sort() and then Reverse() methods. (More...)

How can you sort the elements of the Array in descending order?

  
We can sort the array in descending order by calling
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How can you sort the value of the array in descending order?

  
First call Sort() and then Reverse() methods. (More...)

Explain how to sort the elements in HashMap.

  
The elements of HashMap can be sorted by using the static method Collections.sort().

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How to sort an int array in c#?

  
Array class is having method to sort any arrays.

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Array.Sort(array);

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What is Quick Sort?

  
The quick sort algorithm is of the divide and conquer type. That means it works by reducing a sorting problem into several easier sorting problems and solving each of them. A dividing value is chosen from the input data, and the data is partitioned into three sets: elements that belong before the dividing value, the value itself, and elements that come after the dividing value. The partitioning is performed by exchanging elements that are in the first set but belong in the third with elements that are in the third set but belong in the first Elements that are equal to the dividing element can be put in any of the three sets the algorithm will still work properly. (More...)

what is Merge Sort?

  
The merge sort is a divide and conquer sort as well. It works by considering the data to be sorted as a sequence of already-sorted lists (in the worst case, each list is one element long). Adjacent sorted lists are merged into larger sorted lists until there is a single sorted list containing all the elements. The merge sort is good at sorting lists and other data structures that are not in arrays, and it can be used to sort things that don't fit into memory. It also can be implemented as a stable sort. (More...)

What is Radix Sort?

  
The radix sort takes a list of integers and puts each element on a smaller list, depending on the value of its least significant byte. Then the small lists are concatenated, and the process is repeated for each more significant byte until the list is sorted. The radix sort is simpler to implement on fixed-length data such as ints. (More...)

What is the difference between ARRAY and STACK?

  
STACK follows LIFO. Thus the item that is first entered would be the last removed.

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Why do we Use a Multidimensional Array?

  
A multidimensional array can be useful to organize subgroups of data within an array. In addition to organizing data stored in elements of an array, a multidimensional array can store memory addresses of data in a pointer array and an array of pointers.

Multidimensional arrays are used to store information in a matrix form.
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What order they are triggered ?

  
They''re triggered in the following order:

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What's the difference between tab-order and z-order?

  
Tab-order describes the order of focus as the user moves between controls using the Tab and Shift+Tab keys.This is determined by the control's TabIndex property-set either in the Properties window, or by selecting View | Tab Order and then clicking each control in order. Z-order describes the front-to-back order of controls, and this set in the Designer using the Bring
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What's the difference between the System.Array.CopyTo() and System.Array.Clone() in c#?

  
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