Write a shell script to find out the largest value from the given number of command-line arguments.
Special variables in bash:
$@- All arguments. $#- Number of arguments. $0- Filename. $1, $2, $3, $4 ... - Specific arguments.
- If the number of arguments is 0, end the program.
- If not zero, then
- Initialize a variable maxEle with first argument.
- Loop over all the arguments. Compare each argument with maxEle and update it if the argument is greater.
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