by Suf | Oct 14, 2024 | DSA, Programming, Rust, Sorting Algorithms, Tips

TimSort is a hybrid sorting algorithm derived from Merge Sort and Insertion Sort. It was designed to perform efficiently on real-world data, which often contains ordered sequences or runs—consecutive elements that are already sorted. TimSort excels in scenarios where...
by Suf | Oct 8, 2024 | DSA, Programming, Rust, Tips

Introduction Tony Hoare introduced Quick Sort in 1960. It remains one of the most efficient and widely used sorting algorithms. Known for its average-case time complexity of O(n log n) and in-place sorting capabilities, Quick Sort is a go-to choice for sorting large...
by Suf | Oct 7, 2024 | DSA, Programming, Tips

Introduction In this post, we’ll explore Binary Search Insertion, a variation of binary search that allows you to insert elements into a sorted array efficiently. While binary search is typically used for searching through sorted data, binary search insertion extends...
by Suf | Oct 6, 2024 | DSA, Programming, Python, Tips

Introduction Binary Search is a cornerstone algorithm in computer science, widely used for efficiently searching elements in sorted collections. Its simplicity and power make it a go-to solution for countless problems involving large datasets. In this blog post,...
by Suf | Oct 5, 2024 | C++, DSA, Programming, Tips

Introduction Counting Sort is a non-comparison-based sorting algorithm that counts the occurrences of each distinct element in an array. It is particularly efficient for sorting integers when the range of values is known and relatively small. Unlike comparison-based...
by Suf | Oct 5, 2024 | C++, DSA, Programming, Tips

Pigeonhole Sort is a non-comparison-based sorting algorithm that excels when the range of the input values is small relative to the number of elements. It operates based on the pigeonhole principle, efficiently sorting elements by placing them into “holes”...