Sequential Search.

This algorithm checks whether the number ‘v’ is contained in a set of numbers already stored in the data a, a, …, a[r-1] of the array ‘a’ (where ‘r’ the number of elements in it), comparing it sequentially with all numbers, starting from the beginning. If the check reaches the end without finding the number, the value -1 is returned. Otherwise, we are returned the index of the position of the one-dimensional array containing the number.

```int
search (int a[], int v, int r) {
for (int i = 0; i < r; i++)
if (v == a[i])
return i;

return -1;
}```

Binary Search.

This algorithm checks whether the number ‘v’ is contained in a set of numbers already stored in the data a, a, …, a[r-1] of the array ‘a’ (where ‘r’ the number of elements in it). If the check reaches the end without finding the number, the value -1 is returned. Otherwise, we are returned the index of the position of the one-dimensional array containing the number. For the binary search to function properly, the elements of the array should first be sorted in ascending order.

```int
search (int a[], int v, int r) {
int l = 0;
while (r - l > 1) {
int m = l + (r - l) / 2;

if (a[m] > v)
r = m;
else
l = m;
}

return (a[l] == v) ? l : -1;
}```