How to Find the max of output elements
Павел Сливенко 🇷🇺 , what i am missing in this question is a clear task description that explanes how the decision about the number is done. it is this line: if (len(T1)/2==T1.count('1')): but it would be more obvious to say explicitly: > find the length of a substring (T1) based on T, where the number of 1's is equal to the length of T1 divided by 2.
The code only outputs 4 numbers. Did you mean to find max of the four or was it something else?
Yes, I mean max of the four in this example. It's 90. I need the code that output only maximum value of all that this code produces. Thank you for your help.
To max: a = 4 b = 2 def findTheMax(a, b): return max(a, b) To min is min()
This code can output any number of elements due to the T value.
Can you please confirm my question, what is max value? I'm still unclear on that point ...
Okay, Thanks for the confirmation I was thinking to create a blank `list` before the loop begin, and add variable <L> into that `list` rather than printing it on acreen. We can simply pass that `list` to max() function once the loop completed to get the largest element.