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i have simple problem with binarysearch using arrays
Let p refer to first item in list 1, and r refer to first item in list 2 while more elements in list 1 look for item at position p of list1 at or after position r in list 2 if item found at or after position r in list 2 set r to that position *** how to set the postion in arry so that for the next iteration it will start from that position increment P else increment R look for item at position p before position r in list 2*** *** how to set the postion in array and it searchs from the postion before r
if found set r to that position advance p to next position increment N
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Joined: Nov 12, 2004
Thanks Jessica Sant for moving my post to right place...
And i have worked it ....the only problem i am not able to set the postion of that r as explained in my previous post so that the next iteration will start from there...so i just if know if any method exists of moving to certain to location...
Check out the naming policy once more --> Basically, it should be a believable first AND last name.
As for your problem.
Why not just keep two integers that act as pointers to a position in the array?
Joined: Nov 12, 2004
Thanks Jessican sant ...I am pasting my code can u just let me know if i want to start my next iteration of sFile2 from the last found postion of list instead of searching from the first... FileReader frFile1 = new FileReader("file1"); BufferedReader brFile1 = new BufferedReader(frFile2);