 # How to Bubble-Sort a Vector Email
 Submitted on: 1/2/2015 10:18:00 AM By: Eric Larson (from psc cd) Level: Intermediate User Rating:    By 3 Users Compatibility: Java (JDK 1.2) Views: 5215

I was curious if you could even do this in Java (sort a vector). I guess I proved to myself that you can. Please vote.

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 ``` //************************************** // Name: How to Bubble-Sort a Vector // Description:I was curious if you could even do this in Java (sort a vector). I guess I proved to myself that you can. Please vote. // By: Eric Larson (from psc cd) // // Inputs:Just input any numbers in the dialog box that pops up, then -99 to get the results. // // Assumes:Just compile and run! //************************************** //How to Bubble-sort a vector in java import java.lang.*; import javax.swing.*; import java.util.*; public class chapter4 { public static void main(String argv[]) { String sInput; final Vector v = new Vector(1); int x, one1, two2; Integer iInput; Integer bInput1; Integer cInput2; boolean unsorted = true; int last, last2; sInput = JOptionPane.showInputDialog("enter number or -99"); iInput = new Integer(sInput); x = Integer.parseInt(sInput); while ( x != -99) { v.addElement(iInput); sInput = JOptionPane.showInputDialog("enter number or -99"); iInput = new Integer(sInput); x = Integer.parseInt(sInput); } //sorting starts here for(int pass = 0; pass < v.size() -1 && unsorted; pass++) { unsorted = false; last = v.size()- 1; //last--; for( int i =0; i < last; i++) { //bInput1 = v.elementAt(i);// ERROR MESSAGE: //Explicit cast needed to convert java.lang.Object to java.lang.Integer //must be type cast from Object to Integer like the lines below. bInput1 = (Integer)v.elementAt(i); cInput2 = (Integer)v.elementAt(i + 1); one1 = bInput1.intValue(); two2 = cInput2.intValue(); if(one1 < two2) { v.setElementAt(v.elementAt(i + 1), i); v.setElementAt(bInput1, i + 1); unsorted = true; } } last--; } JOptionPane.showMessageDialog(null, "largest: " + v.elementAt(0) + "\n" + "Second: " + v.elementAt(1) + "\n" + "Number: " + v.size()+ "\n" + "" + v.toString()); System.exit(0); } }```

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