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Binary search equivalent for `find_if`

I believe you're looking for std::binary_search or std::lower_bound.

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How Can I Search A Word in A Binary Search Tree?
You'll have to walk the whole tree since you're not searching by id, but you seem to realize that already. To walk the tree in order using recursion, recursively call your function on the left subtree, process the current node, then recursively call the function on the right subtree (checking for NULL appropriately). Example: void listWord(node *tree, char *word) { if (tree) { /* I

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Binary search on list
List has a binary search method but since binary search is so easy to implement and since the IComparator you would need to define is so complex due to the range thing I suggest you implement the binary search method Something like this (NOT TESTED!) public static IPRange BinarySearch(List<IPRange> source, int intIp) { int startIndex = 0; int endIndex = source.Count; while (end

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Recursive Binary Search in C++
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C++: Binary search tree end() iterator
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how to add a node in a binary search tree
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