"sorting algorithms can be divided into two classes by the complexity of their algorithms. Algorithmic complexity is a complex subject (imagine that!) that would take too much time to explain here, but suffice it to say that there's a direct correlation between the complexity of an algorithm and its relative efficiency. Algorithmic complexity is generally written in a form known as Big-O notation, where the O represents the complexity of the algorithm and a value n represents the size of the set the algorithm is"
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