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Java and .NET: Why different sorting algorithms are used by default?
Just wondering why Java and .NET Framework uses different sorting algorithm by default. In Java Array.Sort() uses Merge Sort algorithm by default and as Wikipedia.com says: In Java, the ...
Sep 15 '11 at 20:07
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