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    sortme

    0.0.5 • Public • Published

    sortme

    A collection of sorting algorithms to be used in the browser or in NodeJS to sort strings, numbers, or objects.

    Installation

    node js :

    npm install sortme

    then

    var sortme = require('sortme')

    browser :

    download the source at ./build/sortme.js

    Usage

    MergeSort

    options

    • autorun default : true
    • watch default : false
    • key default : null (when trying to sort an object, you pass a key in the object that is used as an identifier)
    {
       autorun : true,
       watch : false
    }
    

    methods

    • sort : sort the array
    • reverse : reverses the array
    • find : finds an element in the array, returns the index
    • findAll : finds all occurences of an element in the array, returns an array containing the indexes
    • printarr : print the array

    example

    var testArray = [5,1,8,7,2,9,3,0,4,6];
    
    // Set to it doesn't sort the array on creation.
    var mergeSort = new sortme.MergeSort(testArray, {autorun: false});
    
    // manually start the sorting algorithm.
    mergeSort.sort();
    console.log(testArray);
    
    // prints [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]
    

    When sorting objects, you will need to pass a key identifier in the config parameter

    var objArr = [ {x:6}, {x:2}, {x:9}, {x:5}, {x:7}, {x:1}, {x:9}, {x:3}, {x:8}, {x:8}, {x:9} ];
    
    var ms = new sortme.MergeSort(objArr, {key:'x'});
    console.log(objArr);
    
    // prints [ { x: 1 }, { x: 2 }, { x: 3 }, { x: 5 }, { x: 6 }, { x: 7 }, { x: 8 }, { x: 8 }, { x: 9 }, { x: 9 }, { x: 9 } ]
    

    More algorithms will be added.

    Happy sorting

    Install

    npm i sortme

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    Version

    0.0.5

    License

    MIT

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