# Container with the most water

You are given an integer array height of length n. There are n vertical lines drawn such that the two endpoints of the ith line are (i, 0) and (i, height[i]).

Find two lines that together with the x-axis form a container, such that the container contains the most water.

Return *the maximum amount of water a container can store*.

```
class Solution:
def maxArea(self, height: List[int]) -> int:
left = 0
right = len(height) - 1
maxArea = 0
while left < right:
currentArea = min(height[left], height[right]) * (right - left)
maxArea = max(maxArea, currentArea)
if height[left] < height[right]:
left += 1
else:
right -= 1
return maxArea
```

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