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List Search Test

List Search Test
import java.util.*;
public class SearchTest {
  public static void main(String args[]) {
    String simpsons[] = {"Bart", "Hugo", "Lisa", "Marge",
                         "Homer", "Maggie", "Roy"};

    // Convert to list
    ArrayList list = new ArrayList(Arrays.asList(simpsons));

    // Ensure list sorted
    System.out.println("Sorted list: [length: " + list.size() + "]");

    // Search for element in list
    int index = Collections.binarySearch(list, "Maggie");
    System.out.println("Found Maggie @ " + index);

    // Search for element not in list
    index = Collections.binarySearch(list, "Jimbo Jones");
    System.out.println("Didn't find Jimbo Jones @ " + index);

    // Insert
    int newIndex = -index - 1;
    list.add(newIndex, "Jimbo Jones");
    System.out.println("With Jimbo Jones added: [length: " + list.size() + "]");

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