Write a function named replaceMax which takes two ints as arguments, and returns nothing. The function should change the values of the arguments so that after the function call, both of the arguments are equal to the greater of the two (if they are the same, the new values for each should be the same as the old ones). For example, the following code should print out 5 5:   
int a = 3; b = 5;
cout << a << " " << b;

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void replaceMax( int &a, int &b)
if(a > b)
b = a;...

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