Selection Sort using this a nested for loop to iterate through and compare the array elements. If the value of an element with lower index is greater than the value of an element with higher indices performed a so-called "swap", ie two elements values change places.
For this you need a temporary variable to hold value for the front element so that this will not be overwritten. The outer for loop iterates through each element in the array, leaving the inner for loop starts from the element following the position of the outer loop. Since the inner loop iterates through the remaining part of the array and compare each element with the value of the element where the outer loop is located.
Implement now feature the third function prototype.
void print_values_ver1 (char string , int array , int size);
Use the library function printf to print the character array that is taken as an argument. The function printf does not know the length of the character array, without printing all the characters until it encounters a null element, '\ 0'. A character array is always terminated with a null element, it must therefore be an additional element of this. Use '% s' in the format string to specify that it is a string to be printed. Write finally out the array with all values using printf and a for loop.