In this tutorial we will print the minimum absolute difference of two lists by creating a function in Python.

Hello Everyone, In this tutorial, we will learn how to get the maximum absolute difference between the two lists using Python.

**Absolute difference:** If there are two real numbers x and y, then the absolute difference between them is |x-y|

In this tutorial, we will find the lists and the maximum absolute difference between the list

For example : l1= [1,2,3] and l2=[9,8,7]

so the absolute difference above is |1-9| is 8; similarly |2-8| is 6, and |3-7| is 4

So, according to our problem is like to get the maximum difference is 8

So let us see this in Python.

def sub(l1,l2): s=[] for i in range(0,len(l1)): d=l1[i] p=l2[i] s.append(abs(d-p)) return min(s) l1=eval(input()) l2=eval(input()) print("minimum absolute difference between the lists is = ",sub(l1,l2))

Here I have created the function called sub, and inside I gave the parameters like l1 and l2. These are the lists taken from the user

s is an empty list that holds the absolute difference between each element in the list

And by using the for loop, we are iterating through the lists

d and p are the variables that hold the number for respective indexing

Now appending the difference between the d and p

After complete executing the for loop statement then by using the return statement, we will return the minimum element of s by using the min function

output:

1,2,3 4,5,6 minimum absolute difference between the lists is = 3

here the 1,2,3 are the elements that are in list1

and 4,5,6 are the elements that are in list2

Submitted by Harshith Appari (Harshith)

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