Dr.java simple basic coding program

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Write a program that asks the user for 5 numbers and stores them in an array called data. Then call a method that accepts the array as an argument, sorts the array in ascending order (use selection sort) and prints out the original AND sorted array (Hint: The method does not return anything in this case, so it should be set to void).

2- Write a program that declares and initializes an array with the following numbers: (10, 89, 50, 24, 60, 1, 15). Then ask the user for a number and check if the array contains that number. If it does, return a message to the user (print to screen) that says “Number found at position x “, where x is the location of that number in the array. If the number is not found, print a message to the screen that says “Number not found in array, please try again”. Implement the binary search algorithm (in a method) for locating the number in the array.

Hint: You have to sort the array first, use the method you used in Q1 above. The position you return will be in the sorted array! Not the original array.

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