How To Find Max Of 3 Numbers Without Using Comparison Operators?
Is that the exact and whole problem? Or did you paraphrase the problem? I don't believe there is a solution to the problem you posted if none of the solutions previously posted are not acceptable. If there is, I hope someone posts it :eek:
>If there is, I hope someone posts it
There is, but it's not entirely portable and it doesn't necessarily work for all cases. My guess is that the OP is paraphrasing, or the problem isn't designed for a thorough solution (aka. homework).
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