"min()"


#1


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min(-1,-2,-3) 

print minimum


#2

You have to stock the output of this functionmin(-1,-2,-3) in minimum , so you can print it
The output of min() function is number


#3
 My code still doesn't run correctly.  Please advise.  Thanks in advance! Here is my code:

min(-1,-2,-3) = min(number)

print minimum

Sincerely,

Ian Michael Jones


#4

min(-1,-2,-3) ; this function will return a number , we can print that number directly without stocking it to a variable ; to do that our code can be print min(-1,-2,-3)
if we wanna stock ( set ) that number to a variable ( with this option we can manipulate our variable later if we want )
to do that our code will be minimum = min(-1,-2,-3) and next we print our variable print minimum
i hope that i did explain what you need


#5
 Thanks! My code runs correctly now.  I really do appreciate it! Take care!

Sincerely,

Ian Michael Jones