In this example, we will learn how to sort numbers in Python.
The algorithm of selection sort is very simple:
Initially find the smallest (or largest) element in the sequence, put it at the beginning of the sequence as the sorted sequence. Then, continue to find the smallest (or largest) element from the remaining unsorted elements, put it at the end of the sorted sequence. And repeat the operation until all the elements are sorted.
#!/usr/bin/python #!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: UTF-8 -*- if __name__ == "__main__": N = 10 # input data print('please input 10 numbers') l =  for i in range(1,N+1): l.append(int(input('please input: '))) #for loop from the first element to last element for i in range(N - 1): min = i # min is the subscript position of the current smallest element from the (i+1)th element to the last element for j in range(i + 1, N): if l[min] > l[j]: # Exchange min if the subsequent element is smaller than the current smallest element min = j # In this loop, the smallest element position is exchanged with min l[i], l[min] = l[min], l[i] # output sorted results print("\nSorted Results:") for i in range(N): print(l[i])
please input 10 numbers please input: 3 please input: 6 please input: 33 please input: 78 please input: 42 please input: 11 please input: 5 please input: 92 please input: 34 please input: 8 Sorted Results: 3 5 6 8 11 33 34 42 78 92