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Array index of maximum value

Array index of maximum value

Array index of maximum value

(OP)
I have an array of values.  I can use the max function, ie. max(array), to output the maximum value in the array.  However, I would also like it to output the array index value at the maximum.  It's easy to do by graphin it and using the trace function or such, but I wanted the program to find it on its own.  Does anyone know of a way to do this?

RE: Array index of maximum value

Is there some reason you can't use the match function?

TTFN



RE: Array index of maximum value

(OP)
I know nothing about the "match function".  So I can't say it won't work.

RE: Array index of maximum value

Then you should look in the help file

TTFN



RE: Array index of maximum value

(OP)
Thanks alot.  That works just fine.  Just didn't know about the function.

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