The Recursive Book of Recursion
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|Publisher||No Starch Press|
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Recursion has an intimidating reputation: it's considered to be an advanced computer science topic frequently brought up in coding interviews. But there's nothing magical about recursion.
Al Sweigart has built a career explaining programming concepts in a fun, approachable manner. If you've shied away from learning recursion but want to add this technique to your programming toolkit, or if you're racing to prepare for your next job interview, this book is for you.
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