Optimize a function returning a single numeric value subject to a boolean constraint Utilizes a naive recursive grid search.

1 2 | ```
sequentialGridSearch(f, constraint, bounds, nEach = 40, shrink = 10,
tol = .Machine$double.eps^0.5, verbose = FALSE, ...)
``` |

`f` |
Function to be minimized: takes a single numeric value and returns a single numeric value. |

`constraint` |
Function of a single variable returning a single boolean value (must be TRUE to be at the optimum). |

`bounds` |
A numeric vector of length two which are the upper and lower bounds of the input to try. |

`nEach` |
Number of points n each round of grid searching to use. |

`shrink` |
Factor indicating how much (1/shrink) to narrow the search width by each round; highly recommended that shrink is at least half the size of nEach. |

`tol` |
The tolerance (epsilon). |

`verbose` |
Whether to display verbose output. |

`...` |
Arguments to pass along to constraint. |

The optimized input value (numeric).

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