# Answers for "how to find the minimum and maximum value if accleration"

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minimum and maximum numbers for various integer types

``````fn main() {
println!("The smallest i8 is {} and the biggest i8 is {}.", std::i8::MIN, std::i8::MAX); // hint: printing std::i8::MIN means "print MIN inside of the i8 section in the standard library"
println!("The smallest u8 is {} and the biggest u8 is {}.", std::u8::MIN, std::u8::MAX);
println!("The smallest i16 is {} and the biggest i16 is {}.", std::i16::MIN, std::i16::MAX);
println!("The smallest u16 is {} and the biggest u16 is {}.", std::u16::MIN, std::u16::MAX);
println!("The smallest i32 is {} and the biggest i32 is {}.", std::i32::MIN, std::i32::MAX);
println!("The smallest u32 is {} and the biggest u32 is {}.", std::u32::MIN, std::u32::MAX);
println!("The smallest i64 is {} and the biggest i64 is {}.", std::i64::MIN, std::i64::MAX);
println!("The smallest u64 is {} and the biggest u64 is {}.", std::u64::MIN, std::u64::MAX);
println!("The smallest i128 is {} and the biggest i128 is {}.", std::i128::MIN, std::i128::MAX);
println!("The smallest u128 is {} and the biggest u128 is {}.", std::u128::MIN, std::u128::MAX);
}``````
Posted by: Guest on June-12-2021