//To locate a number in a list
using namespace std;
cout<<"Enter the size of the list"<<endl;
cin>>n; //Input the size of the list
double a[n]; //declare an array of the size entered by the user
cout<<"Enter the elements of the list\n";
for (i=0;i<n;i++) //loop to input the elements of the list
cout<<"Which no. do you wish to find?\n";
cin>>x; //Input the no. to be searched
for(i=0;i<n;i++) //loop to search the no.
if (a[i]==x) //compare each element with the no. to be searched
cout<<"The no. is at "<<i+1<<"th position in the list.\n";//display the position
break; //break the loop
cout<<"Sorry, the no. can't be found\n";
return 0; //end program
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