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Re: [vox-tech] C sorting problem



That is why I put the warning I didn't want you to do my homework I was 
banging my head against the wall after reading the function a while ago and 
going off of an example the Teacher used in class (my first error). thanks 
for the help though.
Rusty

On Monday 17 September 2001 05:27 pm, you wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 17, 2001 at 05:11:54PM -0700, Roland Minden wrote:
> > I am working on homework so please don't write it for me, but I am having
> > trouble figuring our my error with a sort for a C program I am writing.
> > it compiles fine, but it is not sorting the way I think it should. The
> > source
>
> It compiles cuz there's no syntax error.
> However, your algorithm is wrong.
> Which line? You must figure it out by yourself.
> It's cheating if you ask hw on others (unless it is permitted to discuss
> or share codes with other student by the prof.)
>
> Through debug, your programming skill will improve.
> If you cannot find the error by yourself, you won't survive in the next
> cs class.


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