sequential_search_simple - cin>> key for(int j = 0 j<...

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Sheet1 Page 1 #include <iostream> using namespace std const int MAX_CUSTOMERS = 5 int main() { int num[MAX_CUSTOMERS] int i = 0 int key = 0 bool found = false for (i = 0 i < MAX_CUSTOMERS i++) { cout << "Enter your score: " cin >> num[i] } cout << "Enter a score that you'd like to search for: "
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Unformatted text preview: cin >> key for (int j = 0 j < MAX_CUSTOMERS j++) { if (num[j] == key) { cout << "Found it in position " << j << endl found = true break } } if (found == false) { cout << "You didn't find it " << endl } return 0 }// end of main...
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