Programming
Recursion

Question Description


**The only help needed is what is highlighted in bold and underlined below, the section is "New Content"

Part 1 Tasks (Objectives from Weeks 1–4):

Review and revise your final paper, which should include the following content:

  • Section 1: Lists, Stacks, and Queues
  • Section 2: Hashing, Heaps and Trees
  • Section 3: Sorting Algorithms
  • Section 4: Searching

Part 2 Tasks (Objective(s) from Week 5): Finalize Your Key Assignment

In addition, include pseudo code for a routine that will prompt the user for a number. You will then calculate the factorial of that number, using recursion.

Week 5 Deliverables:

The following sections should be completed, including the collaboration of each section IP. Feedback received from the instructor and peers should be incorporated into the final paper.

  • Title Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Abstract
  • Project Outline/Project Background
    • Section 1: Lists, Stacks, and Queues
    • Section 2: Hashing, Heaps and Trees
    • Section 3: Sorting Algorithms
    • Section 4: Searching
    • Section 5: Recursion
  • Conclusion
  • References
  • New Content
    • Create a pseudo code routine that will ask the user for a number, and then using recursion, generate the factorial of that number.
    • Create fully documented pseudo code to prompt for a number and generate the factorial, including error and bound checking.
    • Create a test plan to show how the program runs and can be executed.
    • Name the document "IT265__Final.doc."

Final Answer

Hello buddy. I have completed the assignment. Please review the assignment and give me your feedback. Thank you for giving me that opportunity to work with you.

Running Head: RECURSION

Recursion
{Student’ name}
{Professor’s name}
{Course title}
{Date}

RECURSION

1.

Pseudo code routine that will ask the user for a number, and then using recursion,
generate the factorial of that number.
//create a function that users recursion to generate factorial of a number

function factorial (double n):
if (n==0):
return 0;...

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