Python Searching and Sorting|Sequential Search /Linear Search

Example:3
Write a Python program to create a list further take input for an element to search, check and print whether the element is present or not using linear search(using functions)
Sol:

#create an empty list
#global blank list
n=[]
def create_list():
    while True:
        a=int(input("Enter the element to add in list "))
        n.append(a)
        ch=input("Like to add more elements (y/n) ")
        if(ch=="y" or ch=="Y"):
            continue
        else:
            break
    
def display_list():
    # 1st method to display list
    print("List is ")
    print(n)
    # 2nd method to display list
    for i in n:
        print(i,end=' ')

def search_list(item):
    i = 0
    z = False
    while(i < len(n)):
        if(n[i] == item):
            z = True
            break
        i = i + 1
    if(z==True):
        print("element found ")
    else:
        print("element not found")


#function calling
create_list()
display_list()
item=int(input("\n\nEnter element to search "))
search_list(item)

Output:

case 1:
Enter the element to add in list 10
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 20
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 30
Like to add more elements (y/n) n
List is
[10, 20, 30]
10 20 30

Enter element to search 20
element found

case 2:
Enter the element to add in list 10
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 20
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 30
Like to add more elements (y/n) n
List is
[10, 20, 30]
10 20 30

Enter element to search 35
element not found

Example:4
Write a Python program to create a list further take input for an element to search, check and print whether the element is present or not using linear search, if present also print its position(using functions)
Sol:

#create an empty list
#global blank list
n=[]
def create_list():
    while True:
        a=int(input("Enter the element to add in list "))
        n.append(a)
        ch=input("Like to add more elements (y/n) ")
        if(ch=="y" or ch=="Y"):
            continue
        else:
            break
    
def display_list():
    # 1st method to display list
    print("List is ")
    print(n)
    # 2nd method to display list
    for i in n:
        print(i,end=' ')

def search_list(item):
    i = 0
    z = False
    while(i < len(n)):
        if(n[i] == item):
            z = True
            print("element found at ",i+1," position ")
        i = i + 1
    if(z==False):
        print("element not found")


#function calling
create_list()
display_list()
item=int(input("\n\nEnter element to search "))
search_list(item)

Output:

case 1:
Enter the element to add in list 10
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 20
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 10
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 30
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 10
Like to add more elements (y/n) n
List is
[10, 20, 10, 30, 10]
10 20 10 30 10

Enter element to search 10
element found at 1 position
element found at 3 position
element found at 5 position

case 2:
Enter the element to add in list 10
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 20
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 30
Like to add more elements (y/n) y
Enter the element to add in list 25
Like to add more elements (y/n) n
List is
[10, 20, 30, 25]
10 20 30 25

Enter element to search 28
element not found

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