1. ## sorts prob

Hi & Happy New Year!!! I was wondering if anyone can tell me why my array sort works ONLY if the array is
less than 11? (making my n double digits 10).
the putput once the array goes greater than 10 gives me a long
negative number at the BEginning of the sort, and if i go MUCH higher than 10 say 20, i get proportionally more of the same negative number.
Hmm just want to know where my bug is.
thanks everyone!
Mouse
ps here is my code
Code:
```

#include <iostream.h>
#include<fstream.h>

void bubble_Sort( int arr[], int n );

ifstream infile("C:\\CODE\\IN.txt");
ofstream outfile("C:\\CODE\\of.txt");

void main()

{ if(!infile){
cerr << "Cannot open input file" << endl;
}

if(!outfile){
cerr << "Cannot open output file" << endl;
}

int arr[10];

for (int i =0; i< 9; i++)
infile >> arr[i];

bubble_Sort( arr, i-1);

for ( i =0; i< 9; i++)
cout<<"\n"<<arr[i];

}

// Bubble Sort
void bubble_Sort( int arr[], int n)
{

for (int i=0; i<= n; i++)
for(int j=0; j<= n-i-1; j++)
if ( arr[j] > arr[j+1] )
{
int tmp = arr[j+1];
arr[j+1] = arr[j];
arr[j] = tmp;
}

}```

2. int arr[10] in main() is only 10 int's long, if you try to input more it starts writing and working with undefined memory locations.

either make arr bigger or use std::vector<int> and add elements with push_back(). This works a lot like an array, except push_back() makes it get bigger and it always knows it's size.

pass it to buble_sort like this

bubble_sort(std::vector<int> &arr)

you no longer need the n, just use arr.size();

vectors can also sort themselves, but that would be cheating.

3. ## tried

i tried changing the array size[]...AND the n size...
hmm, perhaps i should inveatigate Vectors?
mouse