PX : algorithms : sorting

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Binary pattern match 1.0 Petter Nilsen -- 10955 1999-06-08 11:44:41 [ show ]
This is a function that will return the filetype of a file. It will perform a binary pattern match of the contents of the file. An array defines the filetype and associated pattern.
bubblesort 1 Petter Nilsen -- 11503 1998-03-03 15:03:55 [ show ]
This is a simple bubblesort that takes 2 arrays as argument.The first one is the actual data used for sorting, the second is data that will "tag along" with the first array, for instance a descriptive text about the data in the first array.
Case insensitive alphabetical array sorter 1.0 Richard Heyes -- 7303 2000-06-25 09:52:19 [ show ]
This function is to be used with phps' built in usort(). It will sort an array alphabetically and case insensitively, something I found the normal sort() function didn't do. An example of usage: usort($array, 'isort'); Naturally the function should be included or defined in your code.
database tree layout 1.1 Stig S. Bakken -- 17439 1998-09-24 17:20:23 [ show ]
This code displays a graphical tree (similar to that of Windows' Explorer) from the contents of a database table.
quicksort 1 David Sklar -- 11990 2005-01-11 12:18:06 [ show ]
quick sort for associative arrays
Search Engine Kevin -- 11529 2000-11-07 07:28:12 [ link ] [ show ]
Search Engine sample code included: PHP, javaScript, MySQL Database
Sort Order Class 1.2 Serge Stepanov -- 3775 2002-03-26 16:47:58 [ show ]
This is a class I wrote as a re-write of my original create_order_block() function. It's used to create href links on a page to sort a SQL query (in both ascending and decending orders, the two will alternate). I will make this into an object later on, but it works great as a function too.
Sort Order Function 1.0 Serge Stepanov -- 4082 2002-03-26 15:06:36 [ show ]
This is a simple function I wrote that comes in handy when I want to have href links on a page to sort a SQL query (in both ascending and decending orders, the two will alternate). I will make this into an object later on, but it works great as a function too.

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