Binary search: Video tutorial, code and extensions
Binary search is a method for quickly finding a specific target value in a sorted array. It begins by comparing the target value to the middle element of the array. Because the array is sorted, the comparison allows us to determine one-half of the array in which the target cannot lie. The search continues on the remaining half. By doing this repeatedly, we will eventually be left with a search space consisting of a single element, which would be the target value.
No. The insertion first checks if the element is lesser than or greater than the root at each level. In short, if its in left sub-tree, it must have been smaller than the root. Irrespective of whether it ends up in left or right sub-tree.
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