# Absolute Recursive factorial function C++

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 Submitted on: 1/1/2015 12:33:00 PM By: Arjang (from psc cd) Level: Intermediate User Rating: By 6 Users Compatibility: C++ (general) Views: 3205

C++ VERSION OF Recursive factorial function It will get a number and gives you it's factorial using a Recursive function ( a function that calls itself)

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 ``` //************************************** // Name: Absolute Recursive factorial function C++ // Description:C++ VERSION OF Recursive factorial function It will get a number and gives you it's factorial using a Recursive function ( a function that calls itself) // By: Arjang (from psc cd) //************************************** /* Recursive factorial function programmed by Arjang For more info email me arjang7@hotmail.com a recursive function is a function that will call itself it is probably the most difficult type of function designing but when you get use to it, you'll find it VERY USEFULL the c version of this function is also available right here. */ //inserting header file #include using namespace std; //declaring function int factorial(int); void main(void) { int number, result; cout<<"Please Enter A number to get it's factorial: "; //getting our target number cin>>number; //calling the function result = factorial(number + 1); //printing out results cout<1) { victim = victim - 1; /*this is the whole point where you actually call the same function which you are into, it is called a recursive function. */ victim = victim * factorial(victim); } return victim; } ```

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