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.
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