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RUST Recursive Function

The final form of loop to consider is known as a recursive function. This is a function that calls itself until a condition is met.

Example RUST Recursive Function

Below is an Example of Factorial RUST recursive function.
fn factorial(num: u64) -> u64 {
    match num {
        0 | 1 => 1,
        _ => factorial(num - 1) * num,

fn main() {
    println!("{}", factorial(10));




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