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Re: Is there an easier way than binary search if I don't want to find the index? (response to post by ctian) | Reply
Twofold Search might be a decent count for finding a factor from an asked for summation of factor It works by again and again logical into break even with parts the smidgen of the summation that would contain the thing, till you have limited the possible ranges to only one.
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Is there an easier way than binary search if I don't want to find the index? ctian Jan 19, 2006 at 8:27 PM EST
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