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-- Bubblesort generic package using formal procedures
-- This package provides a generic bubble sort routine that can be used with
-- different types of data.
-- See also GNAT.Bubble_Sort, a version that works with subprogram access
-- parameters, allowing code sharing. The generic version is slightly more
-- efficient but does not allow code sharing and has an interface that is
-- more awkward to use.
-- There is also GNAT.Bubble_Sort_A, which is now considered obsolete, but
-- was an older version working with subprogram parameters. This version
-- is retained for backwards compatibility with old versions of GNAT.
-- The data to be sorted is assumed to be indexed by integer values from
-- 1 to N, where N is the number of items to be sorted. In addition, the
-- index value zero is used for a temporary location used during the sort.
with procedure Move (From : Natural; To : Natural);
-- A procedure that moves the data item with index value From to the data
-- item with index value To (the old value in To being lost). An index
-- value of zero is used for moves from and to a single temporary location
-- used by the sort.
with function Lt (Op1, Op2 : Natural) return Boolean;
-- A function that compares two items and returns True if the item with
-- index Op1 is less than the item with Index Op2, and False if the Op2
-- item is greater than or equal to the Op1 item.
package GNAT.Bubble_Sort_G is
pragma Pure;
procedure Sort (N : Natural);
-- This procedures sorts items in the range from 1 to N into ascending
-- order making calls to Lt to do required comparisons, and Move to move
-- items around. Note that, as described above, both Move and Lt use a
-- single temporary location with index value zero. This sort is stable,
-- that is the order of equal elements in the input is preserved.
end GNAT.Bubble_Sort_G;