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# Fibonacci Numbers

# Fibonacci Numbers

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This is the basic introduction to the recurssion chapter and probably this problem is always first approached when someone tries to present this topic. As with every recursion problem you need to cover your base cases and end the recursive stack. For this problem, the base case is different than your usual Fibonacci problem, but should not be to hard to code. Here's how it would look like in Scala:

Oddly, it seems that Python 3 is not a language option...

Oddly, it seems that Python 3 is not a language option...

Easy in Haskell

Why utilize this (off-base) decision of records? The Fibonacci numbers should begin with f(0) = 0, f(1) = 1, if by some stroke of good luck for tasteful reasons,monitoredged similar to the gcd-property. Gratitude for the video interface btw.