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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Creating Reusable Code with Functions Create a max() Function

create a function

i cant create function which accepts two numbers as arguments. any help?

function max(){
var arg1=4;
var arg2=5;
if( arg1 > arg2) {
  return arg1;
return arg2; }}
Ritesh Maharjan
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Ritesh Maharjan
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the way you create function with arguments is as follow:

function max (arg1, arg2) { if( arg1 > arg2) { return arg1; } else return arg2; } }