# Insertion at beginning in array

**array**with N elements. The maximum numbers of elements it can store is defined by MAX. We shall first check if an

**array**has any empty space to store any element and then we proceed with the

**insertion**process. begin IF N = MAX, return ELSE N = N + 1 For All Elements in A Move to next adjacent location A[FIRST] = New_Element end.

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**array**field "Month-Quota" has the INTEGER data type and its extent is 12: 1. To insert a record with NONE of the 12 elements of the

**array**specified: INSERT INTO pub.salesrep. ("Rep-Name", "Region", "Sales-Rep") VALUES ('NoneName', 'Noneregion', 'NON') 2. To insert a record with ALL of the 12 elements of the

**array**specified:.

**insertion**sort ,

**begin**at the left-most element of the

**array**and invoke Insert to insert each element encountered into its correct position. The ordered sequence into which the element is inserted is stored at the

**beginning**of the

**array**in the set of indices already examined. Secondly, why is

**insertion**sort best.

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**array**elements from this position to one position forward, and do this for. From Specific Position Of An

**Array**. 1) We can insert the element at any position of the

**array**using the index concept. 2) If we want to insert the element in the nth position, then a [n-1]=element to be inserted. i.e. the element will be inserted at the n-1 index of an

**array**. This is how the structure of the

**array**is flattened.

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**Insertion**in an

**array**does not mean increasing

**array**size. ... one step below so after

**insertion**a[2] = 4 which was a[1] initially, and a[1]=5, a[0] = 2, a[3] = 6 and a[4]=8.

**Array insertion**is not increasing its size i.e

**array**will not be containing 21. Given an ordered dict, write a program to insert items in

**beginning**of ordered dict.