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I've been given some pseudo code and I have to explain it. What does this mean?

For I = 0 to N - 2
 For J = 0 to N - 2
  If (A(J) > A(J + 1)
   Temp = A(J)
   A(J) = A(J + 1)
   A(J + 1) = Temp

I'm not too sure. I asked someone else for help and they said it looks like a bioinformatic algorithm.


Any ideas?

Edited by NickShanks, 02 May 2020 - 03:32 PM.

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Hello Nick,


It does look like a bioinformation algorithm,


More like it it in the link below;



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