R1D47 Completing the Sorting and Searching Algorithms Course in C#

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Way back in day 22, I started the third course in the C# series on edX. It had to do with sorting and searching algorithms in C#. This made my brain hurt a bit, so I stepped away for a few days. Now we are on Day 47 and I got an email from edX telling me that the course was about to expire.

I jumped right back in and finished the sorting and searching module. My brain still hurts, but it was a good exercise.

The final lab project had to deal with the selection sort algorithm. The questions were pretty challenging. I took full advantage of the debugger in Visual Studio Code to step through this algorithm in order to figure out how it actually works.

My plan is to finish the entire course over the next few days so that edX does not keep sending me sad emails about how I am failing at life.

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