THIS PROGRAM TELLS THE POSITION OF AN ELEMENT ENTERED BY THE USER IN AN ARRAY USING BINARY SEARCH (RECURSIVELY).
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Name: NIKHIL GUPTA
Description: BINARY SEARCH RECURSIVE
int binarysrec(int ,int,int,int);
cout<<"Enter the size of array (max.100) : ";
cout<<"\nEnter the array elements in ascending order...\n";
for( i=0; i>a[i];
cout<<"\nEnter the element to be searched : ";
cout<<"\nElement not found...!!! ";
cout<<"\nElement found at position : "<
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