I'm trying to write a program that will compare 5 integer values and put them in smallest to biggest order. So far I can only find the smallest and biggest integer. I'm stucking with the other 3 remain in the middle. Here is my code look like:

The biggest number is 13 and smallest is 1. The number above 13 will be subtract by 13, 26..., so that the value always stays between 1 and 13Code:const int ArraySize = 5; int getSmallvalue(int card[], int size) { int order; int small = 1; for(order = 0; order < size; order++) { if(card[small] >= card[order]) small = order; } return small; } int getBigvalue(int card[], int size) { int order; int big = 13; for(order=0; order<size; order++) { if(card[big] <= card[order]) big = order; } return big; } int main() { start: cout<<"Enter 5 cards: "<<endl; for(int j=0; j<ArraySize; j++) cin>>CardInput[j]; for(j=0; j<ArraySize; j++) { if((CardInput[j] < 1) || (CardInput[j] > 52)) { cout<<"The card cannot be smaller than 1 or bigger than 52"<<endl; goto start; } } for(j=0; j<ArraySize; j++) { if((CardInput[j] > 0) && (CardInput[j] <= 13)){ Diamond += 1; } if((CardInput[j] >= 14) && (CardInput[j] <= 26)){ Heart += 1; CardInput[j] -= 13; } if((CardInput[j] >= 27) && (CardInput[j] <= 39)){ Spade += 1; CardInput[j] -= 26; } if((CardInput[j] >= 40) && (CardInput[j] <= 52)){ Club += 1; CardInput[j] -= 39; } } cout<<"\nSmallest card is: "<<CardInput[getSmallvalue(CardInput, ArraySize)]<<endl; cout<<"\nBiggest card is: "<<CardInput[getBigvalue(CardInput, ArraySize)] }

Please help me, and I really don't want to bunch of "if" and "else" statements. They are pain and so confuse in this matter. Thanks