# Python Program to Find Largest Set Item

Write a Python Program to Find the Largest or Maximum Set Item. Here, we use the Set max function to print the largest Set item.

```# Set Max Item

mxSet = {25, 67, 36, 98, 11, 32, 19, 80, 91}
print("Set Items = ", mxSet)

print("Largest Item in mxSet Set = ", max(mxSet))```

Python largest set number output

``````Set Items =  {32, 98, 67, 36, 11, 80, 19, 25, 91}
Largest Item in mxSet Set =  98``````

## Python Program to Find Largest Item in a Set

This Python example allows entering the set items. Next, we used the Set sorted function (sorted(mxSet)) to sort the Set in ascending order. Next, we are printing the last index position item. We can use the index value because the sorted function returns a list.

```# Set Max Item

mxSet = set()

number = int(input("Enter the Total Set Items = "))
for i in range(1, number + 1):
value = int(input("Enter the %d Set Item = " %i))

print("Set Items = ", mxSet)

sortedVal = sorted(mxSet)
print("Largest Item in mxSet Set = ", sortedVal[len(mxSet) - 1])
print("Data Type of sortedVal = ", type(sortedVal))```

In this Python Program, we created a SetLargest function to Print the Largest Set Number. The If statement (if(setLargest < i)) checks whether the setLargest value is less than any of the set items. If True, assign that item as the largest set item.

```# Set Max Item

def SetLargest(mxSet, setLargest):
for i in mxSet:
if(setLargest < i):
setLargest = i
return setLargest

mxSet = set()

number = int(input("Enter the Total Set Items = "))
for i in range(1, number + 1):
value = int(input("Enter the %d Set Item = " %i))

setLargest = value
print("Set Items = ", mxSet)

lar = SetLargest(mxSet, setLargest)
print("Largest Item in mxSet Set = ", lar)```

Python maximum set item output

``````Enter the Total Set Items = 4
Enter the 1 Set Item = 99
Enter the 2 Set Item = 122
Enter the 3 Set Item = 33
Enter the 4 Set Item = 100
Set Items =  {33, 122, 99, 100}
Largest Item in mxSet Set =  122``````