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Bubble Sort

A simple method of sorting a list of items, derived from computer systems sort algorithms.

Simply start from the top of the list, comparing pairs of list items and swapping them if they are in the wrong order. When you get to the bottom, repeat, and keep doing this until you do a complete pass without having to do a swap. 

Beware! If you have more than seven to ten items in the list it can take a long time.

See also:

Prioritization Matrix

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