## Examples of algorithm.Finder.Find()

 3536373839404142434445 @Test   public void Returns_Empty_Results_When_Given_Empty_List() {     List list = new ArrayList();     Finder finder = new Finder(list);     F result = finder.Find(FT.One);     assertEquals(null, result.P1);     assertEquals(null, result.P2);   }
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 4849505152535455565758 List list = new ArrayList();     list.add(sue);     Finder finder = new Finder(list);     F result = finder.Find(FT.One);     assertEquals(null, result.P1);     assertEquals(null, result.P2);   }
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 6162636465666768697071 List list = new ArrayList();     list.add(sue);     list.add(greg);     Finder finder = new Finder(list);     F result = finder.Find(FT.One);     assertEquals(sue, result.P1);     assertEquals(greg, result.P2);   }
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 7576777879808182838485 list.add(mike);     list.add(greg);     Finder finder = new Finder(list);     F result = finder.Find(FT.Two);     assertEquals(greg, result.P1);     assertEquals(mike, result.P2);   }
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 90919293949596979899100 list.add(sarah);     list.add(mike);     list.add(greg);     Finder finder = new Finder(list);     F result = finder.Find(FT.Two);     assertEquals(sue, result.P1);     assertEquals(sarah, result.P2);   }
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 106107108109110111112113114115116 list.add(mike);     list.add(greg);     Finder finder = new Finder(list);     F result = finder.Find(FT.One);     assertEquals(sue, result.P1);     assertEquals(greg, result.P2);   }
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