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find out the 5 largest values in array

use LINQ
int[] anArray = { 1, 5, 2, 7 ,8,3,6,9};
int[] max5items = anArray.OrderByDescending(x=>x).Take(5).ToArray();
BillWoodruff 26-Dec-14 6:02am
DamithSL 26-Dec-14 6:03am
thank you, Bill
deepankarbhatnagar 26-Dec-14 6:27am
sad smile 26-Dec-14 11:27am
thank you ,but I want to get the 5 values without sorting
Just use Array.Sort method which will sort all the values in the array in ascending order then fetch first 5 values.
sad smile 26-Dec-14 11:19am
thank you for your care ,but I want to get the 5 values without sorting .
You can sort your array using Sort function and pick up first 5 elements:

Code to sort your Array:

int[] intArray = new int[5] { 8, 10, 2, 6, 3 };

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