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Implement the merge_sort procedure without recursion, where the size of the vector is an arbitrary number.
Hint: Keep merging adjacent areas whose size is a power of 2, and pay special attention to the last area in the sequence.

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void iterative_merge_procedure(int n1,int n2,int n3)
    {
    int i,j,k; //temporary indexes
    i=n1; j=n2; k=n1;
    while (i<n2 && j<n3) {
    if (v1[i]<=v1[j]) {v2[k]=v1[i]; i++;}
    else {v2[k]=v1[j]; j++;}
    k++;
    }...

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