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What is Searching? If we need groceries for our homes, we go to the supermarket to get all the things in one place easily. The supermarket is organized into several sections, for example, cereals, pulses, ready-to-eat food, etc. So, we go t…

during solving binary search questions I came across two questions In which there is the utilization of condition " while start <= end: " differently which make me understand the value of = in this ty…

Binary search (BS) is one of the most important concepts in CP algorithms in general. You will use binary search everywhere. We will see what is BS, the different implementations of BS, what are the t…

When you need to find a particular value in an array you apply searching algorithms. There are two search algorithms for an Array:- Linear Search Binary Search Linear Search It is an algorithm for…

Hello everyone, I've lately been brushing up on my knowledge of data structures and algorithms. And I got the great idea to publish my notes as blogs. So, let's get started learning about binary searc…

Hello everyone my name is Sreejit Sengupta and I am currently pursuing my Bachelor's in Information Technology. I have been lately working with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Java and today I will be writi…

A binary search is a searching algorithm whereby half of the array is "eliminated" at each step to find a specific value within a sorted array. For the search to work, the array or collection needs to…

Writing this explanation down to understand my code thoroughly, if I need it for future reference, to become a better (future) software developer. I do get it, what I am doing through the code but if I can simply explain it to another perso…

Algorithm: int[] arr = { 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9}; int target = 7 1) Make an array element in ascending or descending order. 2) Find the middle element 3) If ( ascending order) target > middle element then search in right else search in left. if (…

Given a sorted array of size N and an integer K, find the position at which K is present in the array using binary search. SOLUTION: Binary search divides the input array by half at every step. After …