Question

**Define a preprocessor macro MAX(x,y) that returns the
larger argument.**

Answer #1

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Preprocessing is the place where we process the code befor
compilation of the program**

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Suppose in the questiongiven find larger argument of two numbers
passed in our case we consider**

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two arguments as two numbers and used ternary operators for
simplicity and enabled user to give**

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two numbers as input ,as we use #define which
is****defining our preprocessor macro and
remember**

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that preprocessors starts with #, which defines the code to be
compiled before actual compilation of a
program.**

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Below is the code for the which returns larger argument in our case
condering integers using macro written in c
language**

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for better understanding i have given
comments.**

```
//Required header files
#include <stdio.h>
#include<conio.h>
//defining our macro called MAX to return the maximum value to two arguments in our case we took integers as arguments as x and y as stated from the program,we used
#define MAX(x,y) (((x) > (y))? (x) : (y))
//our main function
int main()
{
//declaring variables myvariable1,myvariable2
int myvariable1,myvariable2;
//declaraing the variable maximumvalue
int maximumvalue;
//asking the user to enter variable1
printf("Enter the Variable1 ");
scanf("%d",&myvariable1);
//asking the user to enter variable2
printf("Enter the Variable2 ");
scanf("%d",&myvariable2);
//passing our macro defined to find the maximum argument
maximumvalue=MAX(myvariable1,myvariable2);
//printing our maximum argument which is getting return from the macro defined in line 7
printf("The larger argument is %d",maximumvalue);
return 0;
}
```

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Code with output-****Hope this would helps you comment if you have any
doubt**

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Year
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21.5
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