## How do you sort objects in Java?

Sorting list of Object in ascending and descending Order

- Create Order object as custom or domain object.
- Implement Comparable and Comparator interface to define sorting logic.
- Sort list of Object using Collections.sort method.

### Can sorting be done in descending order?

Sorting them in descending order would look like this: 80, 56, 49, 20, 11 . You always start first with the largest number on the left and end with the smallest one on the right. In this example, 80 is the largest and 11 is the smallest. The numbers in between are also in order from largest to smallest.

**How do you sort in ascending order in Java?**

Java Program to Sort the Array in an Ascending Order

- import java.util.Scanner;
- public class Ascending _Order.
- {
- public static void main(String[] args)
- {
- int n, temp;
- Scanner s = new Scanner(System. in);
- System. out. print(“Enter no. of elements you want in array:”);

**How do you do ascending order in Java?**

Algorithm

- STEP 1: START.
- STEP 2: INITIALIZE arr[] ={5, 2, 8, 7, 1 }.
- STEP 3: SET temp =0.
- STEP 4: PRINT “Elements of Original Array”
- STEP 5: REPEAT STEP 6 UNTIL i
- STEP 6: PRINT arr[i]
- STEP 7: REPEAT STEP 8 to STEP 9 UNTIL i
- STEP 8: REPEAT STEP 9 UNTIL j

## What is natural ordering in Java?

Natural ordering is the default ordering of objects of a specific type when they are sorted in an array or a collection. The Java language provides the Comparable interface that allows us define the natural ordering of a class.

### How do you sort a collection of objects?

Example to sort Wrapper class objects

- import java.util.*;
- class TestSort3{
- public static void main(String args[]){
- ArrayList al=new ArrayList();
- al.add(Integer.valueOf(201));
- al.add(Integer.valueOf(101));
- al.add(230);//internally will be converted into objects as Integer.valueOf(230)
- Collections.sort(al);

**Which sort is best for descending order?**

Among the classical sorting algorithms, heap sort will do well when the input turns out to be (almost) sorted in descending order, as then the max-heap construction phase will involve (almost) no swaps (while the most swaps would occur when the input was already sorted in ascending order).

**What is ascending descending order?**

Descending can also be thought of as climbing down the stairs of numbers starting from the highest value. Moving down the slide is descending. The opposite of descending order is known as ascending order, in which the numbers are arranged from lower value to higher value.

## How do you do a bubble sort?

Bubble sort

- Look at the first number in the list.
- Compare the current number with the next number.
- Is the next number smaller than the current number?
- Move to the next number along in the list and make this the current number.
- Repeat from step 2 until the last number in the list has been reached.