Find the largest number x among 4 numbers given as variables a, b, c, and d.
Input: a = 4; b = 7; c = 1; d = 6;
Output: x = 7;
You must NOT use MATLAB built in functions such as min(), max() or sort()
Better than all previous non-cheat solutions :-)
The function 'unique' should probably also be prohibited.
Strictly following the problem statement, this should pass?
This also does the trick :)
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