Recursion (n): see recursion

If you don’t get it, read this. If you still don’t get it, read this…

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2 Responses to “Recursion (n): see recursion”

  1. I don’t get ‘still’. If you don’t know what ‘it’ is, then how can you find out the reference to which the reference refers to?

  2. True… There is technically no termination condition, but once you ‘get’ that, there suddenly is a termination condition 😉

    Anyway, I was just joking along with Google and Wikipedia. Really like your blog, btw, lots of interesting stuff.

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