In Julia, you can use the `maximum()`

function from the `Base`

package to find the maximum value in an array.

Here is an example:

## Find Max Value in an Array in Julia

using Base # Define an array arr = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] # Find the maximum value in the array max = maximum(arr) # Print the result println(max)

In this example, the `Base`

package is imported, and then an array is defined using the `Array`

type. The `maximum()`

function is then used to find the maximum value in the array. The `maximum()`

function takes a single argument: the array to find the maximum value in.

The output of this code would be:

5

This is the maximum value in the array.

You can also specify the dimension along which to find the maximum value by passing the `dims`

keyword argument to the `maximum()`

function, like this:

using Base # Define a 2D array arr = [[1, 2, 3], [4, 5, 6]] # Find the maximum value in each row of the array max = maximum(arr, dims = 1) # Print the result println(max)

In this example, the `maximum()`

function is called with the `dims`

keyword argument set to `1`

, which specifies that the maximum value should be found in each row of the array. The `maximum()`

function returns an array with the maximum value from each row of the input array.

The output of this code would be:

1-element Vector{Vector{Int64}}: [4, 5, 6]

This is an array containing the maximum value from each row of the input array.