Recursion in C Programming
Recursion : “The repeated application of a recursive procedure or definition.” – Oxford Languages.
In programming we have recursion functions, these functions are the functions which call themselves in the same function.
In simple words if any function calls itself then it is known as recursion.
Recursion is a little bit tough to handle especially when it comes to exit conditions.
If the exit condition is not properly handled then the program will be stuck in an infinite loop.
Recursion is helpful to solve mathematical problems e.g. finding factorial
Function recursion program in C
int fact(int x)
if(x != 0)
return x * fact(x-1);
printf("Enter enter any number : ");
rsl = fact(5);
printf("Factorial of %d is %d", num, rsl);
Enter enter any number : 5
Factorial of 5 is 120
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