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IMAX(9) 			  BSD Kernel Developer's Manual 			  IMAX(9)

NAME
     imax, imin, lmax, lmin, max, min, ulmax, ulmin -- compare integers

SYNOPSIS
     int
     imax(int a, int b);

     int
     imin(int a, int b);

     long
     lmax(long a, long b);

     long
     lmin(long a, long b);

     u_int
     max(u_int a, u_int b);

     u_int
     min(u_int a, u_int b);

     u_long
     ulmax(u_long a, u_long b);

     u_long
     ulmin(u_long a, u_long b);

DESCRIPTION
     The imin(), lmin(), min(), and ulmin() functions return whichever argument is algebraically
     smaller, differing only in their argument and return types: these functions operate on,
     respectively, natural size, long, unsigned and unsigned long integers.

     The imax(), lmax(), max(), and ulmax() functions are identical except that they return the
     algebraically larger argument between a and b.

SEE ALSO
     ilog2(3)

BSD					   June 8, 2010 				      BSD
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