Basic sorting

Sorting is an essential task when managing data. As we saw with Big O Notation, sorted data allows us to implement efficient algorithms. Our goal with sorting is to move from disarray to order. This is done by arranging data in a logical sequence so we’ll know where to find information. Sequences can be easily implemented with integers, but can also be achieved with characters (e.g., alphabets), and other sets like binary and hexadecimal numbers.