Input a list of positive numbers, Computer Engineering

Input a list of positive numbers, terminated by 0, into an array Numbers. Then display the array and the largest and smallest number in it.

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I am facing some problems while making list of positive numbers. Can anybody suggest me the proper explanation for it.

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