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    Insertion Sort and Selection Sort Using C

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    Implement insertion sort and selection sort using C programming language:

    1. Generate an array of random integers to be sorted using either insertion sort or selection sort.
    2. Allow the user to specify the number of integers in the array to be sorted in the main function.
    3. Allow the user to specify the range of random integers to be generated.
    4. Output the array of random integers before and after the sorting operation.

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    This program is an implementation of insertion sort and selection sort using C programming language. The program generates an array of random integers to be sorted using either insertion sort or selection sort. The user can specify the number of integers in the array to be sorted in the main function. The user can also specify the range of random integers to be generated. The program prints the array of random integers before and after the sorting operation.

    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <time.h>

    /**
    * Generates an array of random integers
    *
    * @param size the size of the integer array
    * @param range the range of the random integers generated
    * @return a pointer to the generated integer array
    */
    int* ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution shows how to use C programming language to generate an array of random integers to be sorted using either insertion or selection sort and other functions.

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