Bubble sort is a sorting algorithm that compares two adjacent elements and swaps them if they are not in the intended order. To solve this, we can introduce an extra variable swapped. The value of swapped is set true if there occurs swapping of elements. Otherwise, it is set false. After an iteration, if there is no swapping, the value of swapped will be false.
Bubble sort in C is the most straightforward sorting technique to sort an array. Sorting is the technique used to arrange a variety in a structured way that can be ascending or descending in a numerical or lexicographical order. It is a well-known competitive approach that every programmer must know. Sorting is required to reduce the time when data searching is the need for extensive data in companies or organizations. Sorting make more readable data format.
Bubble sort is a sorting technique in which each pair of adjacent elements are compared, if they are in wrong order we swap them. This algorithm is named as bubble sort because, same as like bubbles the smaller or lighter elements comes up at start and bigger or heavier elements goes down at end. The input array does not contain the element 7 and the output array missing 23 which is given in the input..