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A O B O B U E Y Q J G I F W V W R O W H J
Y W A I Q R X H W N F T P I Q M O N D E P
R L U T H A W K X S V A G B F B G T N H A
S E U A A Y Y E N L Y Q R Y V T R C K I M
E V P T W B T P V B U I I C G O A G G L V
E E I O M F E Y A I U T H G S M M M D M Q
B L O N G U E T C Q L G H E E R M F A G D
F X X O N B G K A Y F A L V B M I H N O I
D S J G N O S H Y D P B I V A T N U T F W
K W D I Q O G Q P X B S Y I X V G C U U F
M O L B R G B M D U R A N N N G P M T H Q
T R F T Q P E X B U O B A R D E A F K L F
G P A F W V A R C C A Y U W V S R V V C K
L S M E M N E E J I T L O X C O A S I R L
L F K P Y S R H G C B O K X M A D F V V M
D O L A S L G L J A K B J E F C I F R K H
I D B D W O A C R A B J E V V C G H L O F
J Q J U M A M J Y A O O R Y G O M W I J R
K B N M H S V E J C A C P V I O S G X N E
H I R X P L B P U J K P J E K I H B J S T

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  • A way of describing the time and memory complexity of a given algorithm (3, 1, 8)
  • An algorithm that calls itself within it's own definition (9)
  • Drivers, microwave oven processors, washing machine processors etc. are all programmed using this type of preogramming language. (3, 5)
  • Procedural, non-procedural, object oriented, event driven, 4th generation and visual languages are all examples of...... (11, 9)
  • The sort algorithm that compares adjecent values and swaps them if they are in the wrong order (6, 4)
  • The sorting algorithm that makes use of the pivot, a left pointer and a right pointer (9)

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