Find bigges number in 3 numbers using conditional control statements

Any changes in my code https://code.sololearn.com/cqsC4iCzfMT4/?ref=app


8/14/2019 2:46:33 PM


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you can find here an other example to calculate this (source: geegsforgeegs): # Python program to find the largest # number among the three numbers def maximum(a, b, c): if (a >= b) and (a >= c): largest = a elif (b >= a) and (b >= c): largest = b else: largest = c return largest # Driven code a = 200 b = 40 c = 30 print(maximum(a, b, c))


Your program is definitely not accurate, for example, try entering 9 6 13, and your program says that 9 is big. What you need to do is to nest conditional statements, otherwise, their are also other smart ways to do that. However, this will do as a proof of concept. https://code.sololearn.com/cE5VgWBc9BTY/?ref=app


This was the smart solution I meant by. It is particularly helpful if you do not want to preserve the values or by implementing functions. https://code.sololearn.com/c3QCxXADpoj4/?ref=app


#create empty list list = [] #for-loop to add elements from input to the list. range(3) will have you input 3 values, change it if necessary for i in range(3): element = int(input()) list.append(element) #print the max value from the list and unpack it with the * print(max(*list))


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