Contents

- 1 How do I combine two arrays?
- 2 How do you sort and merge two arrays?
- 3 How do you copy one array into another?
- 4 How do I combine two arrays in Matlab?
- 5 How do you combine two sorted arrays using recursion?
- 6 How do you write a merge sort algorithm?
- 7 How do you find the median of two sorted arrays?
- 8 What is difference between an array and a linked list?
- 9 How do you reverse an array?
- 10 Can we change size of array at runtime?
- 11 What is an array Matlab?
- 12 How do you vertically concatenate an array in Matlab?
- 13 How do you create an empty array in Matlab?

## How do I combine two arrays?

The idea is to use Merge function of Merge sort.

- Create an array arr3[] of size n1 + n2.
- Simultaneously traverse arr1[] and arr2[].
- If there are remaining elements in arr1[] or arr2[], copy them also in arr3[].

## How do you sort and merge two arrays?

Method 1 to merge two sorted arrays

- Declare two arrays and input the array elements in both the arrays.
- Traverse both the arrays.
- Find the minimum element among the current two elements of both the arrays and update the output_array with the least value and increment its index to next position.

## How do you copy one array into another?

Array in java can be copied to another array using the following ways.

- Using variable assignment. This method has side effects as changes to the element of an array reflects on both the places.
- Create a new array of the same length and copy each element.
- Use the clone method of the array.
- Use System.

## How do I combine two arrays in Matlab?

Create two matrices and concatenate them horizontally, first by using square bracket notation, and then by using horzcat.

- A = [1 2; 3 4] A = 2 × 2 1 2 3 4.
- B = [4 5 6; 7 8 9] B = 2 ×3 4 5 6 7 8 9.
- C = [A,B] C = 2 ×5 1 2 4 5 6 3 4 7 8 9.
- D = horzcat(A,B) D = 2 ×5 1 2 4 5 6 3 4 7 8 9.

## How do you combine two sorted arrays using recursion?

Suppose Array 1 and Array 2 are the input array and Array 3 is the output array. We compare the elements of Array 1 and Array 2 and push them in Array 3 accordingly. If there’s no element left to compare in one of the Array, we push the remaining elements of other Array to Array 3 and stop the recursive calls.

## How do you write a merge sort algorithm?

Then, merge sort combines the smaller sorted lists keeping the new list sorted too. Step 1 − if it is only one element in the list it is already sorted, return. Step 2 − divide the list recursively into two halves until it can no more be divided. Step 3 − merge the smaller lists into new list in sorted order.

## How do you find the median of two sorted arrays?

There are two cases:

- Case 1: m+n is odd, the median is at (m+n)/2 th index in the array obtained after merging both the arrays.
- Case 2: m+n is even, the median will be average of elements at index ((m+n)/2 – 1) and (m+n)/ 2 in the array obtained after merging both the arrays.

## What is difference between an array and a linked list?

An array is a collection of elements of a similar data type. Linked List is an ordered collection of elements of the same type in which each element is connected to the next using pointers. Array elements can be accessed randomly using the array index. Random accessing is not possible in linked lists.

## How do you reverse an array?

Algorithm to reverse an array

- Input the number of elements of an array.
- Input the array elements.
- Traverse the array from the last.
- Print all the elements.

## Can we change size of array at runtime?

If you create an array by initializing its values directly, the size will be the number of elements in it. Thus the size of the array is determined at the time of its creation or, initialization once it is done you cannot change the size of the array.

## What is an array Matlab?

An array is the most fundamental data type in MATLAB. In MATLAB, as in many traditional languages, arrays are a collection of several values of the same type. A matrix is an array with two dimensions. Most arrays have the same data type; however, a cell array is an array with varying data types.

## How do you vertically concatenate an array in Matlab?

C = vertcat( A1,A2,…,An ) concatenates A1, A2, …, An vertically. vertcat is equivalent to using square brackets for vertically concatenating arrays. For example, [A; B] is equal to vertcat(A,B) when A and B are compatible arrays.

## How do you create an empty array in Matlab?

Use ClassName. empty (m,0) to create an m-by-0 array of the ClassName class. This function is useful for creating empty arrays of data types that do not have a special syntax for creating empty arrays, such as [] for double arrays.