This algorithm will add the searched element's place in an array
This works only when there is so element what we're searching for.
By FlamingClaw

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Question
This algorithm will add the searched element's place in an array
This works only when there is so element what we're searching for.

u is a variable
i:=1
Loop while T[i]<>u
i:=i+1
End of Loop
Out: i

}

Program Solution01;
Uses Crt;
Var i,j,k,u:Integer;
      t:Array[1..10]Of Integer;
Begin {main}
   Write('Give me a number between 1 and 50: ');
   ReadLn(u);
   Randomize;
   t[10]:=u; {10.element will the user's answer}
   {we need only 9 numbers}
   For i:=1 To 9 Do Begin
      t[i]:=Random(50)+1; {1..50}
   End;
   WriteLn;
   {direct arrange the numbers of the array}
   For i:=1 To 9 Do Begin
      For j:=i+1 To 10 Do Begin
         If (t[i]>t[j])Then Begin
            k:=t[i];
            t[i]:=t[j];
            t[j]:=k;
         End;
      End;
   End;
   {write the arranged results}
   {we write green colored the searched number that we check the
   working of our algorithm}
   For i:=1 To 10 Do Begin
      If t[i]=u Then Begin
         TextColor(10);
         WriteLn('t[',i:2,']:=',t[i]:2);
      End
      Else Begin
         TextColor(15);
         WriteLn('t[',i:2,']:=',t[i]:2);
      End;
   End;
   {the algorithm}
   i:=1;
   While (t[i] <> u) Do Begin
      i:=i+1;
   End;
   WriteLn;
   Write(i,'. The first occurance');
   ReadLn;
End.

{
-= Note By FlamingClaw =-

All programs created by me are written and tested
in Dev Pascal and/or Turbo Pascal 7.0
Of course working!
-= Created By FlamingClaw =-
-=2009.04.05=-
}
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