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Sybex - OCP JSE 11 - 1Z0-819 - Chapter 5 - Answer 19

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Hey Jeanne, Scott, Staff team,

Answer 19 should be A. and B.

binarySearch() will always yield the middle element index if it is a match regardless of whether the array is sorted or not.

I understand the intent is to explain the unpredictability of binarySearch() in case the array is unsorted.

I would suggest changing: B. to B. 0 and F. to F. one output is unpredictable

The term undefined might imply the wrong interpretation.

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