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max()

The `max()`

function takes any number of arguments and returns the largest one. (“Largest” can have odd definitions here, so it’s best to use `max()`

on integers and floats, where the results are straightforward, and not on other objects, like strings.)

For example, `max(1,2,3)`

will return `3`

(the largest number in the set of arguments).

Try out the `max()`

function on line 3 of the editor. You can provide any number of integer or float arguments to `max()`

.