# Articles with the tag "bubble-sort"

Let's Learn Algorithms: Sorting a Custom User Type with Bubble Sort

Learn how to sort a list with a custom type when you want to use a fallback search criteria. Eg sort by last name, then first name if those match.

Let's Learn Algorithms: Sorting a list of strings in alphabetical order with bubble sort

This article demonstrates how to code a bubble sort that sorts a list of strings in a case insensitive manner using Go.

Let's Learn Algorithms: Reverse sorting a list of numbers with bubble sort

This tutorial demonstrates in detail how to adapt a bubble sort implementation written in Go to sort a list of numbers in reverse (non-increasing) order, rather than the default non-decreasing order. It is a useful trick to learn as it will help you custom sort other data types in the future.

Let's Learn Algorithms: Implementing Bubble Sort

Learn to code the bubble sort algorithm in Go by walking through a coding example and then working on several practice problems to reinforce the knowledge. If you have ever wanted to learn algorithms, this series is a great place to start.

Let's Learn Algorithms: An Introduction to Bubble Sort

This tutorial covers bubble sort, explaining how the sorting algorithm works with visual examples. It also covers ways to optimize the algorithm.

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