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This is How To Sort in Modern C++

This is How To Sort in Modern C++

Hello C++ developers. this week we have more modern C++ examples that can be compiled by any C++ IDE and compiler. If you want to dive deep into C++ programming, then the LearnCPlusPlus website is the right place for you. We keep adding more features of modern C++ and how to get the best use out of RAD Studio and C++ Builder. If you want to improve your C++ skills, we have a rich treasure chest of posts already on LearnCPlusPlus.org and we aim to build on that wonderful resource in 2023. We should note that most of the C/C++ examples are compatible with many C and C++ compilers.

Every week on this main Embarcadero blog we like to give you a selection of recent C++ and C topics from the LearnCPlusPlus.org website. We also try to answer all questions about the business of writing C++ code you might have, so please ask in the comments section below if you would like to see any specific topics covered.

We want to post a mix of beginner-level posts for those just starting out on the path to becoming proficient in the C++ and C languages to make LearnCPlusPlus.org a truly useful reference site for C and C++ programmers no matter their skill level.

What sort examples in modern C++ do we have today?

Sorting is one of the most used methods in programming. We sort database data to sort them by their ID numbers, names, surnames, dates, in fact all sorts of things (see what we did there?). We sort 3D polygon data to display in OpenGL or in other engines. We sort outputs or weights of connections in AI applications, i.e. to sort the best moves in many chess variations or in a Go game. So, the method and the algorithm that you use are very important when you perform sorting on millions of items of data. Do not worry, modern C++ has some really fast sorting methods and algorithms.

In our round-up post this week, we explain how to use lambda expressions in the C++ std::sort algorithm. In another post, we explain how to use std::sort with the STL compare function objects in C++, and we also explain how to sort C++ vectors With the std::sort Parallel Sorting algorithm. We also posted about sorting std::array With std::sort Parallel STL Sorting Algorithm In C++. We have two more topics about using literals in modern C++, in modern programming you should know to use strings and characters, which means you have to learn to use string literals and character literals in C++.

Here are the topics today:

in addition, we also released this post about to sort std::array before,

we have two more post picks about using string and character literals in C++

moreover, we should note that we released more sorting examples to different methods as below,

Before all if you don’t know what is new in RADS 11.2 and what is coming in 11.3, lets check below,

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Embarcadero recently announced that there is a new RAD Studio “Malawi” Premium Beta which is expected to be version 11.3. As Marco Cantu mentioned there, to participate in the “Malawi” beta, a RAD Studio customer on Premium Update Subscription needed to provide their name and the email address associated with their product license, i.e., the EDN account used to register the product (by Wednesday, December 21st, 2022, so unfortunately the deadline has passed now so register for the release announcement above to see more details).


We previously announced the release of RAD Studio 11.2 with Delphi 11.2 and C++Builder 11.2. Some of the main new features and enhancements in RAD 11.2 has been listed in this post below:

Learn to sort with modern C++ examples in 2023

LearnCPlusPlus.org has been around for 2 years now and is packed full of educational posts about C and C++. Here’s a few recent, simple posts designed to teach you a single basic skill or feature of C or C++ in a nice bite-sized chunk of knowledge.

Learn other sort methods with more C++ examples

We have also other sorting algorithm examples that you can use;

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We have a lot of unique posts waiting to come. We keep adding new topics every week about C++ in general and specific topics for C++ Builder, Dev-C++, and for the other C++ compilers. Please keep following our LearnCPlusPlus.org website for the latest posts and updates. Feel free to comment and share with your colleagues, students, members – knowledge is power, and knowledge shared is empowering.

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Dr. Yilmaz Yoru has 33+ years of coding with more than 30+ programming languages, mostly C++ on Windows, Android, Mac-OS, iOS, Linux, and other operating systems. He was born in 1974, Eskisehir-Turkey. He graduated from the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Eskisehir Osmangazi University in 1997. One year later, he started to work in the same university as an assistant. He received his MSc and Ph.D. degrees from the same department of the same university. Since 2012, he is the founder and CEO of Esenja LLC Company. Some of his interests are Programming, Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Artificial Intelligence. He also likes the graphical 2D & 3D design and high-end innovations. He has married, and he is a father of a son.

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