Following up on a discussion on [this thread](http://www.daniweb.com/software-development/cpp/threads/470519/looping-using-recursion/), I did some tests on the performance of recursion vs. iteration, and some interesting things happened, so I thought I would share the results. I'm gonna structure this a bit like a lab-report, because that's really the best way to put it. But I hope the discussion can continue on additional ideas or insight into the performance issues that are discussed here, or if you disagree with my analysis. ## Experimental Method ## So, I took Schol-R-LEA's coin-combination example as a test case, and timed the execution of three different versions: recursive, …

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if linux is an open source company and selling their products free of cost, then how they are running their company?? from where they are getting finance ??

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The End.