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Get the Minimum and Maximum element of a Vector in R Programming – range() Function
• Last Updated : 05 Jun, 2020

`range()` function in R Language is used to get the minimum and maximum values of the vector passed to it as argument.

Syntax: range(x, na.rm, finite)

Parameters:
x: Numeric Vector
na.rm: Boolean value to remove NA
finite: Boolean value to exclude non-finite elements

Example 1:

 `# R program to find the ``# minimum and maximum element of a vector`` ` `# Creating a vector``x <``-` `c(``8``, ``2``, ``5``, ``4``, ``9``, ``6``, ``54``, ``18``)`` ` `# Calling range() function``range``(x)`

Output:

```  2 54
```

Example 2:

 `# R program to find the ``# minimum and maximum element of a vector`` ` `# Creating a vector``x <``-` `c(``8``, ``2``, Inf, ``5``, ``4``, NA, ``9``, ``54``, ``18``)`` ` `# Calling range() function``range``(x)`` ` `# Calling range() function``# excluding NA values``range``(x, na.rm ``=` `TRUE)`` ` `# Calling range() function``# excluding finite values``range``(x, na.rm ``=` `TRUE, finite ``=` `TRUE)`

Output:

``` NA NA
   2 Inf
  2 54
```

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