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Nov 5, 2008 | 12:59 PM EST

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An interactive sorting algorithm visualiser.

> Currently supports only BUBBLE SORT & INSERTION SORT.
> 3 speeds to choose from.
> User-friendly GUI.
> Uses Flash UI-Components.
> Time calculation on basis of swaps.

Also available on > http://pro-gram.blogspot.

suggestions and critics r welcome.



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I've got a problem with it all

... second time you use a "sort" without selecting "Reset" it totally fails. Why is this? Can't be programmed very well, even for just that reason alone.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Hahahah xD

First off, let me tell you I am a programmer myself, and I succesfully compiled sorting algorithms going from bubblesort to quicksort and mergesort. I started teaching myself C++ but now I study Java at the university.

Now, about this game, I hardly see it as a game, but I can understand why you posted it as one, since it's the only way to allow the user to interact with the interface. Secondly, it's a good implementation of both the sorting algorithms.

My advice would be to implement other sorting algorithms too, to give the user more choice, and then to upload the whole as a game named "sorting algorithms". But apart from that, this program isn't bad. It's a good program, good job programming!

Greets, Fysral.

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chinchang457 responds:

thanq Fysral
for yr suggestions and comments :)


Rated 0 / 5 stars

Haha >_< pretty original

There's not a lot of stuff like that on Newgrounds! At least, it's original. In fact, I liked it: It was pretty fascinating watching these little sticks jump around in some complex scheme. My fav was the Insertion sort, no doubt!