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  • v. Present participle of recurse.


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  • The clever part is that each call to fold-key-stream is passed the knil from the previous call; we're recursing folds within folds to walk down a multi-way tree, but the chain of passing knil into kons is preserved.

    Snell-Pym » fold>cons

  • By recursing on that parameter, hierarchies can be built on the fly.

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  • Now, now, yu noe we dont liek recursing on this site.

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  • If yu feel liek recursing, du it elsewhere elsewher elsewhe elsewh elsew else els el e …. halp!

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  • They can create infinite loops, they can divide by zero, they can bust the stack by recursing too far, they can write vast quantities of data, they can send the wrong instructions to the hardware and fry it - there are many ways to bring down a system if you put your mind to it.

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  • Recursive algorithms get a boost from this, especially those recursing over tree structures.

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  • Which has the nice property of not recursing unnecessarily.

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  • Now the algorithm is rather simple - actually it's the simplest possible form to have for a non-tautologous language system, but it can be scaled up by recursing the algorithm in on itself.

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  • While many programs will import a single text document as an article, Treepad Plus will also allow you to import an entire directory into a subtree, with each document (text, RTF, or HTML) becoming an article, even recursing down the tree if needed.

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