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By stoimen
Published: Jun 25 2010 / 22:30

Yes! It’s really really fast, and it’s far quicker than the quicksort algorithm, which is considered as the fastest sorting algorithm in practice. However how it’s possible to be faster than the quicksort, which is the fastest algorithm?! Is that true? Actually it’s true, but only in few cases. It works with integers, you’ve to know the first and the last element from that set and you’ve to be sure that every element is unique
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