# Iterative and Recursive Algorithms

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Solutions to some problems are intrinsically recursive, and writing them in an iterative fashion is difficult. The reverse also holds. Find an example or a recursive procedure and represent it as an iterative procedure. Also, choose an iterative procedure that you would re-write as recursive. What challenges did you face in the process? How did you go about resolving them?

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Hi,

An example of a recursive algorithm is computation of a power of 2.

Using recursive algorithm, we have:

power_2 (int n) //power_2 is a recursive function using the n, value of exponent, as argument.

{

if n = 0 //if n is 0, it will return the value of 1

return 1;

...

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