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Implement the function find_median. The function find_median accepts three integer values as formal parameters and returns the median of the three numbers. The median of three numbers is the number that is greater than one of the numbers and less than the other number. The median of 10, 30 and 20 is 20. The median of 5, 5 and 5 is 5. The median of 12, 20 and 12 is 12. A call to find_median will take the form:
     
     median = find_median(num1,num2,num3);

i need this written out to implement this function...thanks in advance!
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hmmm , beat to me,imladris :)
However , here it is:
int find_median(num1,num2,num3)
{
   int seri[3],temp;
   seri[0]=num1;
   seri[1]=num2;
   seri[2]=num3;
   for(int i=0;i<2;i++){
   if(seri[i]>=seri[i+1]){
   temp=seri[i+1];
   seri[i+1]=seri[i];
   seri[i]=temp;
   }
   }
   
   return seri[0]>seri[1]?seri[0]:seri[1];

}
   
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W.Yinan  

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