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2 * 1 or n! = n * (n–1) ! , recursively printf(" 5! = %d \n", n); // print the result while(1) ; // done } E X A M P L E When the function fact() is called with argument n, it calls itself nϪ1 times. Each time it calls itself it reduces n by 1. When n equals 0, the function returns instead of calling itself again. This causes a “chain reaction” or “domino effect” of returns, which leads back to the call made in main(), where the result is printed. As powerful as recursion can be to perform factorials, quick sorts, and linked-list searches, it is a memory-consuming operation.

If the result of the expression is TRUE (non-zero), then the statements within the while loop are executed. The “loop” associated with the while statement are those lines of code contained within the braces { } following the while statement, or, in the case of a single statement while loop, the statement following the while statement. When execution reaches the bottom of the loop, the program flow is returned to the top of the while loop, where the expression is tested again. Whenever the expression is TRUE, the loop is executed.

1 PROTOTYPING AND FUNCTION ORGANIZATION Just as in the use of variables and constants, the function type and the types of its parameters must be declared before it is called. This can be accomplished in a couple of ways: One is the order of the declarations of the functions, and the other is the use of function prototypes. Ordering the functions is always a good idea. It allows the compiler to have all the information about the function in place before it is used. This would also mean that all programs would have the following format: // declaration of global variables would be first int var1, var2, var3; // declarations of functions would come next int function1(int x, int y) { } void function2(void) { } // main would be built last void main(void) { var3 = function1(var1, var2); function2(); } This is all nice and orderly, but it is also sometimes impossible.

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