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Discuss the truth or otherwise of the statement “Recursion and loops are the same thing".

Recursion is recursive and loops just repeat.

There is no question except your question for us to write your research paper for you.

Better luck next time kiddo, you've been found out.

How I know you're a kiddo: your use of extremely childish language constructs and text messaging shorthand gives you away instantly.

Does ne one know how to answer this question?

hahaha, Yes I know aswell, two answers in your hand now... :D

worth a try, i guess!!!

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actually I don't believe they are... a loop starts at the beginning goes straight to the end, and then repeats.

a recusrive method/function will start at the beginning and go until it is called again (resursive) and then call a whole new instance of that method with different pararmeters/arguments. It will keep doing this until done, and then it will start to unwind and each function/method will then go to the end, and then rewind to the previous and again go to the end.

>actually I don't believe they are...

Does ne one know how to answer this question?

Since it's clearly a homework assignment, nobody with half a brain would just give away the answer. ;) Unless of course the answer is given in such a way as to be too cryptic to be useful, such as my answer.

i would not have responded to this question, but at the same time i did not want the wrong answer being given out... which i think is 10x worse than just been given the answer

Lazy people who want hand outs deserve what they get.

>actually I don't believe they are...

Since it's clearly a homework assignment, nobody with half a brain would just give away the answer. ;) Unless of course the answer is given in such a way as to be too cryptic to be useful, such as my answer.

But how can one answer a statement? The OP's question was whether someone can answer something which turns out to not be a question :mrgreen:

Everyone misunderstood his question. He asked if anyone knew. That requires a yes or no answer. So actually it wasn't that bad of a post.

>Everyone misunderstood his question.
No, apparently only paradox misunderstood. Everyone else seemed to get the joke.

haha ... look who the idiot is now! :o :cry:

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