Python different solutions (bubble, insertion, selection, merge, quick sorts).

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    # build-in function
    def largestNumber1(self, nums):
        if not any(nums):
            return "0"
        return "".join(sorted(map(str, nums), cmp=lambda n1, n2: -1 if n1+n2>n2+n1 else (1 if n1+n2<n2+n1 else 0)))
    # bubble sort
    def largestNumber2(self, nums):
        for i in xrange(len(nums), 0, -1):
            for j in xrange(i-1):
                if not[j], nums[j+1]):
                    nums[j], nums[j+1] = nums[j+1], nums[j]
        return str(int("".join(map(str, nums))))
    def compare(self, n1, n2):
        return str(n1) + str(n2) > str(n2) + str(n1)
    # selection sort
    def largestNumber3(self, nums):
        for i in xrange(len(nums), 0, -1):
            tmp = 0
            for j in xrange(i):
                if not[j], nums[tmp]):
                    tmp = j
            nums[tmp], nums[i-1] = nums[i-1], nums[tmp]
        return str(int("".join(map(str, nums))))
    # insertion sort
    def largestNumber4(self, nums):
        for i in xrange(len(nums)):
            pos, cur = i, nums[i]
            while pos > 0 and not[pos-1], cur):
                nums[pos] = nums[pos-1]  # move one-step forward
                pos -= 1
            nums[pos] = cur
        return str(int("".join(map(str, nums))))
    # merge sort        
    def largestNumber5(self, nums):
        nums = self.mergeSort(nums, 0, len(nums)-1)
        return str(int("".join(map(str, nums))))
    def mergeSort(self, nums, l, r):
        if l > r:
        if l == r:
            return [nums[l]]
        mid = l + (r-l)//2
        left = self.mergeSort(nums, l, mid)
        right = self.mergeSort(nums, mid+1, r)
        return self.merge(left, right)
    def merge(self, l1, l2):
        res, i, j = [], 0, 0
        while i < len(l1) and j < len(l2):
            if not[i], l2[j]):
                j += 1
                i += 1
        res.extend(l1[i:] or l2[j:])
        return res
    # quick sort, in-place
    def largestNumber(self, nums):
        self.quickSort(nums, 0, len(nums)-1)
        return str(int("".join(map(str, nums)))) 
    def quickSort(self, nums, l, r):
        if l >= r:
        pos = self.partition(nums, l, r)
        self.quickSort(nums, l, pos-1)
        self.quickSort(nums, pos+1, r)
    def partition(self, nums, l, r):
        low = l
        while l < r:
            if[l], nums[r]):
                nums[l], nums[low] = nums[low], nums[l]
                low += 1
            l += 1
        nums[low], nums[r] = nums[r], nums[low]
        return low

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    This is great! Thx

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