Sort an Array


I create an arry with two dimenions.

F1: ARRAY [0..3, 0..1] OF UDINT;

Now I would like to sort this array in the first dimension ascending.

Does somebody has any idea?

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asked 7 months ago




given the small size a simple double For loop "bubble sort" should do it. Do you need to do this cyclically? What is the purpose?

Best regards



answered 7 months ago


By TW on 8/10/2017 | Like (0) | Report

I have 4 Motors M1-M4.
In the array i would safe the running time in row one and in row two the name of the Motor.
then i will sort the array. So I have a list with the motor with the least running time to the max running time.
With row two i can check the motor to have the least running time.

Do you have an example for me? ;-)

By JuergenV on 8/10/2017 | Like (0) | Report

Check out
There is a Pseudocode implementation which is pretty much like ST

By TW on 8/10/2017 | Like (1) | Report

Sort_Change := false ;
for i 0 to 2 by 1 do
if F1[i]>F[i+1] then
Sort_Change := true ;
end_for ;

until not Sort_Change
end_Repeat ;

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