In an introductory computer science lecture, my class was assigned a homework assignment to write lines of code in Python to output a Fibonacci sequence using recursion. A relatively difficult concept for novice programmers, recursion is a function that “calls” itself to solve a problem, rather than requiring user execution.
Later that night, I sat in my dorm drinking Red Bull while error-checking the code, pulling my hair for hours trying to conceptualize the problem until the program finally worked.
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