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Java provides the following methods to sort the arrays. Using For Loops: You can use for loops to traverse the array and compare adjacent elements while traversing and putting them in order. Using The Sort method: The Arrays class of ‘java.util’ package provides the sort method that takes an array as an argument and sorts the array.What is the syntax for sorting an array of objects in Java?
In Java, Arrays is the class defined in the java.util package that provides sort () method to sort an array in ascending order. It uses Dual-Pivot Quicksort algorithm for sorting. Its complexity is O (n log (n)). It is a static method that parses an array as a parameter and does not return anything.What is the default order of sorting in Java?
Previously, Java’s Arrays.sort method used Quicksort for arrays of primitives and Merge sort for arrays of objects. In the latest versions of Java, Arrays.sort method and Collection.sort () uses Timsort. Which order of sorting is done by default? It by default sorts in ascending order.How do you sort an array of objects in reverse order in Java?
Java Collections class provides the reverseOrder () method to sort the array in reverse-lexicographic order. It is a static method, so we can invoke it directly by using the class name. It does not parse any parameter. It returns a comparator that imposes the reverse of the natural ordering (ascending order).