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# 3540quiz5.f06 - COP 3540 Fall 2006 Quiz 5 Recursion Value...

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COP 3540 Fall 2006 Quiz 5 – Recursion Value: 16 Points - 6 November 2006 Name: ________________________ Directions: Put the letter of your choice over the dotted lines accompanying each question’s number. For True / False, put T or F over the dotted lines accompanying each question’s number. Fill-in: obvious. 1…….Recursive routines must ultimately arrive at a: a. suit case b. brief case c. base case d. treble case 2-3…… The two ‘cases’ typifying recursive programming include: a. __________________________ <the one you cited above> and b. __________________________ 4…. . (True, False) The base case (ok, I said it…) may itself be recursive under certain circumstances. 5…… The alternative to writing “recursive” routines is to write them as _________________ routines. (Hint: synonym of: non-recursive routine) 6…… (True, False) Writing recursive routines may lead to great efficiencies in programmer / developer time. 7….

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