max() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to return the maximum value of the parameters.
Syntax: max(x, y, …)
- x: Specified 1st value.
- y: Specified 2nd value and so on.
Returns: It returns the maximum value of the parameters.
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- Getting maximum elements in Julia - maximum() and maximum!() Methods
- Getting the minimum value from a list in Julia - min() Method
- Julia continue Keyword | Continue iterating to next value of a loop in Julia
- Getting ceiling value of x in Julia - ceil() Method
- Getting floor value of x in Julia - floor() Method
- Getting key value pairs of a dictionary in Julia - pairs() Method
- Getting the nearest integral value of x in Julia - trunc() Method
- Getting square of absolute value in Julia - abs2() Method
- Getting the absolute value of a number in Julia - abs() Method
- Getting the remainder value after division in Julia - mod() Method
- Getting rounded value of a number in Julia - round() Method
- Julia end Keyword | Marking end of blocks in Julia
- Julia function keyword | Create user-defined functions in Julia
- Julia break Keyword | Exiting from a loop in Julia
- Julia local Keyword | Creating a local variable in Julia
- Julia global Keyword | Creating a global variable in Julia
- Getting lowest and highest value of a Data type in Julia - typemin() and typemax() Methods
- Getting tuple or range of the valid indices in Julia - axes() Method
- Getting distance in memory between adjacent elements in Julia - stride() and strides() Method
- Getting minimum element along with its index in Julia - findmin() Method
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