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hi guys i'm a c++ bigginer and i wonderd how to sort numbers using a for loop
can any one implemnt a code that can sort three numbers ascending
let say i have 3 integers a=10,b=2,c=8
make it easy as it can
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Updated 18-Mar-21 18:18pm
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This is not a question. Of course, "can anyone...?" cannot be counted as a question. Sure, "anyone" is such a capable person who can do many things. But it's simply a request "do my job for me". Please, where is your question?

You called yourself a "beginner". It means that you should sit down and begin, instead of avoiding beginning.

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Member 12173667 29-Nov-15 4:05am
   
insted of yelling at me you should give me an answer
unless u don't have that please bee generous and shot ur mouth
Tomas Takac 29-Nov-15 4:29am
   
No need to be rude. The point is you didn't show any effort, you are just asking somebody to do your work for you. It doesn't work quite like that around here. People will be more likely to help you if you show your code, explain what you tried and where are you stuck. Moreover this seems to be a homework. If we do your homework for you then you will not learn anything. Is that what you want? Please try it yourself first and come back to ask specific questions.
Patrice T 29-Nov-15 6:09am
   
Your question is what is rude here. The main effort you show is writing the question.
By the way a loop is not the best way to sort 3 values.
Tomas Takac 29-Nov-15 6:57am
   
Exactly, you should always pick the right tool for the task at hand. :)
Mohibur Rashid 1-Dec-15 3:02am
   
You need to learn multiple things :
1. How not to be rude
2. How to do your own task
3. English language(Since you are using it)
4. C++

I am pretty sure, you need to learn a lot more than that. But fix at least 1 and 2
Patrice T 29-Nov-15 10:57am
   
Show what you have done !

1 solution

Sorting is an art, because there are different algorithms for it. To start with understand sorting the wikipedia of sorting algorithms is a good starting point.

PS: learn to be polite and not cheeky
   

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