Hey guys im having problems with this assignment. Thanks to all of you that helped with the sort. Now I have to put in a search function. The function I used works and the whole program works, the only problem I have is when you enter a two digit number into the array (I used 10) the search function will not return the right value. I have included my source code along with a couple of screen shots form the out put windows. In the first screen shot you can see that the search function works in the second screen shot I substitute 10 for 0 and the search function does not work. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Code:// arr.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application. // #include<stdio.h> #include<stdafx.h> #include"conio.h" #define n 10 #define NOT_FOUND -1 void sort_arr(int arr[]); int search(const int arr[]); int main() { int arr[n]; printf("Enter the numbers in the array:\n "); for(int k=0; k<n; k++) scanf("%d", &arr[k]); for(int t=0; t<n; t++) { printf("%d", arr[t]); } printf("\n"); sort_arr(arr); for(int t=0; t<n; t++) { printf("%d", arr[t]); } printf("\n"); printf("Please enter the target value:\n"); search(arr); getch(); return (0); } void sort_arr(int arr[]) { int a, b, low; for(a=0; a<n; a++) { b=a+1; for(b; b<n; b++) if(arr[a]>arr[b]) { low=arr[a]; arr[a]=arr[b]; arr[b]=low; } } } int search(const int arr[]) { int i, found = 0, target, where; scanf("%d", &target); i = 0; while (!found && i < n) { if (arr[i] == target) found = 1; else ++i; } /* Returns index of element matching target or NOT_FOUND */ if (found) where = i; else where = NOT_FOUND; printf("%d", where); getch(); return (where); }