The maximum-valued element of an integer -valued array can be recursively calculated as follows

The maximum-valued element  of an integer -valued  array can be recursively calculated as follows

LANGUAGE: JAVA

CHALLENGE:

The maximum-valued element of an integer -valued array can be recursively calculated as follows:
• If the array has a single element , that is its maximum (note that a zero-sized array has no maximum)
• Otherwise, compare the first element with the maximum of the rest of the array — whichever is larger is the maximum value .
Write an int method named max that accepts an integer array , and the number of elements in the array and returns the largest value in the array . Assume the array has at least one element .

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