# Write a function max_magnitude() with two integer input parameters that returns the largest magnitude value. Use the function in a program that takes two integer inputs, and outputs the largest magnitude value.Ex: If the inputs are: 5 7 the function returns: 7 Ex: If the inputs are: -8 -2 the function returns: -8 Note: The function does not just return the largest value, which for -8 -2 would be -2. Though not necessary, you may use the absolute-value built-in math function. Your program must define and call a function: int MaxMagnitude(int userVal1, int userVal2) code------------------------ #include using namespace std; /* Define your function here */ int main() { /* Type your code here */ return 0; }

def max_magnitude(user_val1, user_val2):

if abs(user_val1) > abs(user_val2):

return user_val1

else:

return user_val2

if __name__ == '__main__':

n1 = int(input("Enter the first integer number: "))

n2 = int(input("Enter the second integer number: "))

print("The largest magnitude value of", n1, "and", n2, "is", max_magnitude(n1, n2))

Explanation: