I've finished the code but now for some reason, which I have yet to figure out, there is an additional 0 being put into the output which is pushing out the smallest number in the array. Hopefully you guys can give me a bit of help here because I have been trying for so long to figure this out.

Code:

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int getElements(signed long int elements[]);
void BubbleSort(signed long int elements[], int passes);
void DispResult(signed long int elements[], int passes);
int main(void)
{
int passes;
signed long int elements[6] = {0,0,0,0,0};
cout << "Enter up to 5 integers or end-of-file (ctrl-z, enter, ctrl-z, enter)" << endl;
passes = getElements(elements);
BubbleSort(elements, passes);
DispResult(elements, passes);
return 0;
}
int getElements(signed long int elements[])
{
int n, elem_num = 1;
for (n=0; n<5; n++)
{
cout << "Please enter element " << (elem_num) << ":";
cin >> elements[n];
while ((elements[n] > 1000000) || (elements[n] < -1000000))
{
cerr << "The integer must range from -1,000,000 to +1,000,000" << endl;
cerr << "Please enter another integer: ";
cin >> elements[n];
}
elem_num++;
}
return elem_num;
}
void BubbleSort(signed long int elements[], int passes)
{
int a, b, temp_num=0;
for(a = 0; a < (passes -1) ; ++a)
{
for(b = 1; b < passes; ++b)
{
if(elements[b-1] > elements[b] )
{
temp_num = elements[b];
elements[b] = elements[b-1];
elements[b-1] = temp_num;
}
}
}
}
void DispResult(signed long int elements[], int passes)
{
int c, num_element = 1;
cout << "Sorted array" << endl;
for(c=1; c <= (passes-1); c++)
{
cout << "Element " << num_element << ":" << elements[c] << endl;
num_element++;
}
}

Thanks for any help you can give,

...Dan