Write a program for linear search, Data Structure & Algorithms

In the book the following methods are presented:

static void selectionSort(Comparable[] list)
static void insertionSort(Comparable[] list)
static boolean linearSearch(Comparable[] list, Comparable target) // true if target in list
static boolean binarySearch(Comparable[] list, Comparable target) // true if target in list

Your task is to implement a class SearchSort, including recursive variants of these methods. The signatures of the methods should correspond to the ones given above. The class should also contain a method static boolean isSorted(Comparable[] list) returning true if and only if the input list is sorted (smallest element rst).

Also write a program SearchSortMain showing and testing all methods.

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