In Lua, the
math.min() function is used to return the smallest value from a series of one or more numbers.
values(required): The series of numbers to return the smallest value from. These numbers can be positive or negative. The function also takes variable names assigned to values rather than the values themselves.
In the following example, the
math.min() method is called twice. The first call gives the numbers directly to the function. The second call uses the variable names assigned to the values instead of the values themselves.
v = 1a = 4l = 7print(math.min(2, 6, 10))print(math.min(v, a, l))
This will result in the following output: