Swift version: 5.1
You can find the minimum of three numbers by using the
min() function twice. This function takes either two integers or two floating-point numbers, but can't accept mixed types. Here's an example:
let first = 10 let second = 15 let third = 18 let smallest = min(min(first, second), third)
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Available from iOS 2.0
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