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Below one of my many array functions. I don't know if .NET Framework contains one at least I could not find one. Use this at your own risk. I never tested it extensively but it should work. Based on the algorithm you can write your own version, maybe more effective than mine. As so for searching the min. value. And of course write some error handling for it.
In the past i wrote three versions and this should be the correct one. If not let me know.
public int f_array_max_int (int p_array)
int ArrayLength = p_array.Length;
int MaxValue = p_array;
for (int i = 0; i < ArrayLength; i++)
foreach (int TempValue in p_array)
if (TempValue >= MaxValue)
MaxValue = TempValue;