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Sort Specific Column of 2D int array (C++)

By : David Crosby
Date : October 15 2020, 08:10 PM
this one helps. Your sort function is very close to bubble sort, one of the simplest sorting algorithms to understand and implement. With a little modification, your code will work :
code :
    void sort2D(int arr[3][5], int rows, int columns) //the problem child

            //input userCol ...

            //sorting start here ...
           bool found = true; //we can quit the loop if the array is already sorted.

            for (int bubble = 0; bubble < rows-1 && found ; bubble++)
                    found = false;

                    for (int row_index=0; row_index < rows - bubble - 1; row_index++)
                            int temp;

                            if ((arr[row_index][userCol-1] < arr[row_index+1][userCol-1]))//if first value of selected column is less than next value
                                    //swap two elements.
                                    temp = arr[row_index+1][userCol-1];//create copy of second value
                                    arr[row_index+1][userCol-1]=arr[row_index][userCol-1]; //replace second value with first value
                                    arr[row_index][userCol-1]=temp;//set first equal to second's original value

                                    found = true; //we found something, continue to sort.
            //print out the result ...

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sort mulitdimensional array in php according to specific column

By : lrnzzz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. use usort for this
code :
function cmp($a, $b) {
    if ($a['second'] == $b['second']) {
        return 0;
    return ($a['second'] < $b['second']) ? -1 : 1;
usort($array, 'cmp');
function cmp($a, $b) {
    if ($a['second'] == $b['second']) {
        if ($a['first'] == $b['first']) {
            return 0;
        return ($a['first'] < $b['first']) ? -1 : 1;
    return ($a['second'] < $b['second']) ? -1 : 1;
usort($array, "cmp");

Sort multiple type multidimension array by specific column

By : IrshadQureshi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I have a multidimension String array. It contains numbers and strings. Is there any way to sort it by a specific integer column? e.g. I have this: , This solve your issue: (updated)
code :
public static void main(String[] args) {
    String[][] temp = {
        { "Fox", "32", "One" },
        { "Dog", "45", "Two" },
        { "Cat", "34", "Three" },
        { "Snake", "3", "Four" }

    Arrays.sort(temp, new Comparator<String[]>() {
        public int compare(String[] row1, String[] row2) {
            return Integer.compare(
                    Integer.parseInt(row1[1]), Integer.parseInt(row2[1]));


How to sort a numpy 2D array rows descending or ascending using a specific column indices

By : Jordi Puigsegur Figu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? Here is how you can do it using the numpy_indexed package:
code :
import numpy_indexed as npi
print(a[npi.argsort((a[:,1], -a[:,0]))])

sort a numpy array (having strings, dictionaries and numbers ) with respect to specific column

By : Ibiã Marques
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , I have the following numpy array (having strings, dictionaries and numbers ) and would like to sort this array according to the last column (number) , This could be one way using the last column X[-1] as the sorting key
code :
import numpy as np

X=np.array([['few', {'age': 'young'}, {'salary': 'low'}, 0.8],
['few', {'salary': 'low'}, {'age': 'young'}, 0.3],
['few', {'age': 'young'}, {'salary': 'medium'}, 0],
['most', {'salary': 'high'}, {'education': 'upper'}, 1]])

X = np.array(sorted(X, key=lambda X: X[-1]) )
# array([['few', {'age': 'young'}, {'salary': 'medium'}, 0],
#        ['few', {'salary': 'low'}, {'age': 'young'}, 0.3],
#        ['few', {'age': 'young'}, {'salary': 'low'}, 0.8],
#        ['most', {'salary': 'high'}, {'education': 'upper'}, 1]],
#       dtype=object)
from operator import itemgetter

X = sorted(X, key=itemgetter(-1))

How to sort array of type Object[][] by a specific column

By : Mathias Bille Nielse
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I am writing some java code for my project and I came across this issue that I do not know how to deal with. I have a two-dimensional array like this: , Try this:
code :
Object[][] array = new Object[10][3];
// fill the array

Object[][] sortedArray = Arrays.stream(array)
        .filter(v -> v[2] != null) //not required if you have the array completely filled
        .sorted(Comparator.comparingDouble(v -> (double) v[2]))

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