# Re: reversing a sort

On 04/20/2011 08:52 AM, mecej4 wrote:
On 4/20/2011 4:34 AM, Uno wrote:
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\$

How do I reverse this?

There are two statements where elements of A are compared to the pivot
element x. Simply flip '<' and '>' in those two statements.

-- mecej4

Thx. Have you seen a mergesort lately?

\$ gfortran -Wall -Wextra walt1.f90 -o out
\$ ./out
myarray is 0.0000000 50.000000 20.000000 25.000000 90.000000 10.000000 5.0000000 1.0000000 99.000000 75.000000
sorted array is 99.000000 90.000000 75.000000 50.000000 25.000000 20.000000 10.000000 5.0000000 1.0000000 0.0000000
\$ cat walt1.f90
! Recursive Fortran 95 quicksort routine
! sorts real numbers into ascending numerical order
! Author: Juli Rew, SCD Consulting (juliana@xxxxxxxx), 9/03
! Based on algorithm from Cormen et al., Introduction to Algorithms,
! 1997 printing

! Made F conformant by Walt Brainerd

module qsort_c_module

implicit none
public :: QsortC\$ gfortran -Wall -Wextra walt1.f90 -o out
\$ ./out
myarray is 0.0000000 50.000000 20.000000 25.000000 90.000000 10.000000 5.0000000 1.0000000 99.000000 75.000000
sorted array is 99.000000 90.000000 75.000000 50.000000 25.000000 20.000000 10.000000 5.0000000 1.0000000 0.0000000
\$ cat walt1.f90
! Recursive Fortran 95 quicksort routine
! sorts real numbers into ascending numerical order
! Author: Juli Rew, SCD Consulting (juliana@xxxxxxxx), 9/03
! Based on algorithm from Cormen et al., Introduction to Algorithms,
! 1997 printing

! Made F conformant by Walt Brainerd

module qsort_c_module

implicit none
public :: QsortC
private :: Partition

contains

recursive subroutine QsortC(A)
real, intent(in out), dimension(:) :: A
integer :: iq

if(size(A) > 1) then
call Partition(A, iq)
call QsortC(A(:iq-1))
call QsortC(A(iq:))
endif
end subroutine QsortC

subroutine Partition(A, marker)
real, intent(in out), dimension(:) :: A
integer, intent(out) :: marker
integer :: i, j
real :: temp
real :: x ! pivot point
x = A(1)
i= 0
j= size(A) + 1

do
j = j-1
do
if (A(j) >= x) exit
j = j-1
end do
i = i+1
do
if (A(i) <= x) exit
i = i+1
end do
if (i < j) then
! exchange A(i) and A(j)
temp = A(i)
A(i) = A(j)
A(j) = temp
elseif (i == j) then
marker = i+1
return
else
marker = i
return
endif
end do

end subroutine Partition

end module qsort_c_module

program sortdriver
use qsort_c_module
implicit none
integer, parameter :: r = 10
real, dimension(1:r) :: myarray = & ! (1:r)
(/0, 50, 20, 25, 90, 10, 5, 1, 99, 75/)
print *, "myarray is ", myarray
call QsortC(myarray)
print *, "sorted array is ", myarray
end program sortdriver

! gfortran -Wall -Wextra walt1.f90 -o out

--
Uno
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