[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
I'm assume that "real" programmers can immediately recognize whether a
problem needs to be approached recursively or iteratively. (I also
recognize that after a while the recognition is automatic and so
internalized that it might be hard to verbalize...)
I'm trying to develop that sense of recognition.
- is it something about the way a problem is stated?
- something about the way you think about the problem being solved?
- something about the way a problem solution develops when you try and
solve it iteratively?
- or what?...
Could you please try and explain how you recognize whether a problem needs
to be approached recursively or iteratively?
(please also email reply)