what is the difference between while(1) infinite loop and a recursive function?

what is the difference between while(1) infinite loop and a recursive function?

By : user3851285
Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further A recursive function will call itself repeatedly. The infinite loop will just keep executing the same code repeatedly. While this may sound very similar, the actual effects are very different. Each time a method is called, variables are pushed onto the stack. Of course, this means that there are inherent limits to the number of times a function can recurse. So while your infinite loop will execute forever, a recursive function in practice will eventually run out of stack space and the application will likely come to a grinding halt.
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this recursive function(palindrome) become a infinite loop.why?

this recursive function(palindrome) become a infinite loop.why?

By : user2628015
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue /* but if I change the 13th line to "else return palindrome(s, ++f, --l);" then the codes run well. what is the reason for that?*/ , The signature
code :
int palindrome(char* s, int f, int l)    
f = first index, l = last index;`
 int palindrome(char* s, int& f, int& l)
                         // ^       ^ Add a reference, if you're intending to change 
                         // the parameter value
What is difference between an infinite loop and an infinite recursive call?

What is difference between an infinite loop and an infinite recursive call?

By : user3080458
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you You should note that the C specification doesn't actually mention anything about "the stack". Using the stack is just an implementation detail, and compiler-designers/-programmers are free to use any other method to implement function calls and local variable storage. However, which method is used, it ultimately will use up some resource (like memory) and like everything else the resources on a computer are limited, so using them up will sooner or later cause some kind of overflow situation.
On the other hand, an empty while loop doesn't actually use any extra resources no matter how many iterations it does. In your case it's more complicated than that because you don't know what printf does or what resources it uses or what resources the layers beneath the printf call uses, so there might be a limit there too. For example, what if the terminal window is set to use "infinite" scrollback, then that scrollback will expand until it consumes all available memory.
Infinite loop in recursive Haskell function

Infinite loop in recursive Haskell function

By : user3153575
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue It appears that the main problem is that you define a local version of div:
code :
div x y
  | x `mod` y == 0 = x `div` y
  | otherwise = x
div' x y
  | x `mod` y == 0 = x `div` y
  | otherwise = x
C++ Recursive Function Infinite Loop

C++ Recursive Function Infinite Loop

By : Rafał Zdankiewicz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem The function MainMenuSelection( int x ) requires an int. The function call in the main function thinks it gets this by calling a function which should return an int namely int MainMenu(). But this function does not do what you should expect from a function which has been declared in this way. You should make sure that a function should ALWAYS return the value (except for a void of course).
There are static code analyzers like Cppcheck which can help you to analyse your code and find possible problems like the one you stated above.
Writing a recursive function but getting infinite loop

Writing a recursive function but getting infinite loop

By : Dikgale Dr-Phil Phil
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine You are calling fractal(Pattern, n) inside fractal(Pattern, n). It will never stop doing that (at least till it runs out of stack).
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