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Q1. Find Fibonacci first n numbers using recursion ?Core Java2018-05-13 19:42:03

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What will happen if we don't have termination statement in recursion ?
Write an Algorithm for Graph Traversal ? The Graph has a loop.
Write a Program to print factorial of a number using recursion
Write a program to print sum of numbers between the start and end number

For example - Passing start number as 2 and end number as 10, it should print 2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10 = 54
Write a program using Recursion to print multiplication of numbers between the start and end number

For example - Passing start number as 2 and end number as 10, it should print 2*3*4*5*6*7*8*9*10 = 3628800
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Do you think that Recursion is expensive on computation ?

Q2. What is ViewResolver in Spring MVC ?Spring2018-05-14 07:08:55
Ans. View resolver is used to get view name from Controller and resolve the next view page

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