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Ineed this in python. Thank you Modify the merge sort algorithm to sort a list in descending order. Solution #! /usr/bin/python def Merge(Array, firstStart, firstEnd, secondEnd): n1 = firstEnd - firstStart + 1 n2 = secondEnd = firstEnd Temp1 = [None] * n1 Temp2 = [None] * n2 for i in range(n1): Temp1[i] = Array[firstStart + i] for i in range(n2): Temp2[i] = Array[firstEnd + i + 1] i = 0 j = 0 for k in range(firstStart, secondEnd): if Temp1[i] >= Temp2[j]: Array[k] = Temp1[i] i = i + 1 else: Array[k] = Temp2[j] j = j + 1 return Array def MergeSort(Array, left, right): if left < right: mid = (left + right) / 2 MergeSort(Array, left, mid) MergeSort(Array, mid+1, right) Merge(Array, left, mid, right) ArrayÂ Â = [10, 30, 40, 80, 20, 70, 90, 60, 50] MergeSort(Array, 0, 8) print Array .

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- 1. Ineed this in python. Thank you Modify the merge sort algorithm to sort a list in descending order. Solution #! /usr/bin/python def Merge(Array, firstStart, firstEnd, secondEnd): n1 = firstEnd - firstStart + 1 n2 = secondEnd = firstEnd Temp1 = [None] * n1 Temp2 = [None] * n2 for i in range(n1): Temp1[i] = Array[firstStart + i] for i in range(n2): Temp2[i] = Array[firstEnd + i + 1] i = 0 j = 0 for k in range(firstStart, secondEnd): if Temp1[i] >= Temp2[j]: Array[k] = Temp1[i] i = i + 1 else: Array[k] = Temp2[j] j = j + 1 return Array def MergeSort(Array, left, right): if left < right: mid = (left + right) / 2 MergeSort(Array, left, mid) MergeSort(Array, mid+1, right) Merge(Array, left, mid, right) ArrayÂ Â = [10, 30, 40, 80, 20, 70, 90, 60, 50]
- 2. MergeSort(Array, 0, 8) print Array