Having trouble sorting an Array that has a zero in it.

Hey guys, I was just wondering if someone could take a look at my code real quick. I'm sorting an array, and when it comes to a zero it obviously prints zero's from that point on. I'm using a simple selection sort, and it works fine as long as there are no zero's in the array. Could suggest a fix to this problem???

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Code:

void sortArray (float nums[], int last)

{

int smallest;

int temp;

for (int current = 0; current < last; current++)

{

smallest = current;

for (int walk = current + 1; walk <= current; walk++)

if (nums[walk] < nums[smallest] && nums[smallest] != 0)

smallest = walk;

else if (nums[smallest] == 0)

smallest = walk++; //Here's where I think my problem is...

temp = nums[current];

nums[current] = nums[smallest];

nums[smallest] = temp;

}

return;

}

I want it to just print the 0 and resume sorting, but I've been looking at it for hours and can't seem to think of something to make that happen.

Thanks so much for any help...