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The Fastest Searching Algorithm: Binary Search in Ruby

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I am going to start off by saying that this is the fastest searching algorithm with a few caveats. For starters, the data structure that is being search through needs to be sorted. Also, there are some nuances regarding some other algorithms that may search quicker depending on how evenly distributed the sorted data is. But for the most part, if you are looking for an element in a data structure…

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