[R] Please correct my iterative merge sort code. The lack of recursion in the code is the main condition.
Jeff Newmiller
jdnewm|| @end|ng |rom dcn@d@v|@@c@@u@
Mon Dec 16 23:19:39 CET 2019
The Posting Guide is pretty clear about "no homework" (it is also clear that this is a plain text mailing list). I think the recent replies to the OP have been clear on how this should be approached. I don't know what the OP "intends", but isolated (not replies to the original message) emails that have only code and no question in them are certainly not appropriate in this list.
"dubrovvsskkyy", please adhere to the Posting Guide in future posts. If you are_not_ asking for homework help then please explain why you are ignoring the advice given in previous posts.
On December 16, 2019 8:23:46 AM PST, Henrik Bengtsson <henrik.bengtsson using gmail.com> wrote:
>Folks on this list, this is my personal opinion, but please refrain
>from
>answering this person's requests. It's pretty clear by now that they
>are
>misusing your good intentions of trying to help people interested in R
>to
>get their homework-like "questions" answered. There are no indications
>that
>this person has even attempted to solve the "problems" themselves. This
>smells bad intent to me.
>
>/Henrik
>
>On Mon, Dec 16, 2019, 07:40 Александр Дубровский
><dubrovvsskkyy using gmail.com>
>wrote:
>
>> mrg <- function(A,B){
>> R <- c()
>> while(length(A)>0 length(B)>0){
>> if(A[1]<B[1]){
>> R <- c(R,A[1])
>> A <- A[-1]
>> } else{
>> R <- c(R,B[1])
>> B <- B[-1]
>> }
>> }
>> return(c(R,A,B))
>> }
>> msort <- function(A){
>> if(length(A)<2){
>> return(A)
>> } else{
>> R <- c()
>> W <- c()
>> x <- 8
>> for(i in 1:length(A)){
>> if(i%%2==0){
>> R <- c(R,mrg(A[(i-1)],A[i]))
>> }
>> }
>> }
>> if((length(A)%%2)==1){
>> R <- c(R,A[length(A)])
>> }
>> for(i in 1:length(R)){
>> if(i%%4==0){
>> j <- i
>> W <- c(W,mrg(R[(j-3):(j-2)],R[(j-1):j]))
>> }
>> }
>> if((length(R)%%4)==3){
>> W <- c(W,mrg(R[(j+1):(j+2)],R[(j+3)]))
>> }
>> if((length(R)%%4)<3 && (length(R)%%4)!=0){
>> W <- c(W,R[(j+1):length(R)])
>> }
>> R <- W
>> W <- c()
>> while(x<length(R)){
>> for(i in 1:length(R)){
>> if(i%%x==0){
>> j <- i
>> W <- c(W,mrg(R[(j-(x-1)):(j-(x%/%2))],R[(j-(x%/%2)+1):j]))
>> }
>> }
>> if((length(R)%%x)>(x%/%2)){
>> W <- c(W,mrg(R[(j+1):(j+(x%/%2))],R[(j+(x%/%2)+1):length(R)]))
>> }
>> if((length(R)%%x)<=(x%/%2) && (length(R)%%x)!=0){
>> W <- c(W,R[(j+1):length(R)])
>> }
>> x <- x*2
>> R <- W
>> W <- c()
>> }
>> R <- mrg(R[1:j],R[(j+1):length(R)])
>> return(R)
>> }
>>
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