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We begin with the configuration: - » Jane (Pivot entry) Bob Alice Tom Carol Bill
George Cheryl Sue -> John Next, we move the bottom pointer up the list
comparing the name pointed to with the pivot entry at each step. As long as this
name is ...
In this case, assertion 2 confirms that the top pointer must point to an entry less
than or equal to the pivot before the bottom pointer began to move. Thus, if the
bottom pointer should reach the top one, assertion 3 will be satisfied. The other ...
Figure 4-18 We are here. if (the list contains fewer than two entries) (declare the
list sorted] else (select the first entry in the list as the pivot. place pointers at the
first and last entries of the list, while (the pointers do not coincide) do [move the ...
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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