>I Have One Doubt.
No, you have a question. A doubt is not a question. A doubt is skepticism, you know the answer but still don't believe it or know just enough of the answer to be uncertain of its truth. A question is an inquiry for the purpose of attaining an answer that you don't already have.
Doubt and question are not synonyms for this usage, and I don't care if English isn't your first language. Consider this your grammar lesson for the day.
>Is It Possible To Find The Large Value In A Set Of Numbers Without Using If Statement?