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But we should not think too hard about this while writing the algorithm. The design for recursive algorithms can always be approached in this way. First write the base cases. Then think about solving the problem by combining the results of one or more smaller — but similar — subproblems. If the algorithm you write is correct, then certainly you can rely on it (recursively) to solve the smaller subproblems. The secret to success is: Do not worry about how the recursive call solves the subproblem.

Often it is the next step of the algorithm description. , the if statements in Java) is normally a part of any language for describing algorithms. Selection allows a choice for which step will be performed next, but the selection process is unambiguous at the time when the choice is made. Sec. 5 Further Reading 19 4. It must be composed of a finite number of steps. If the description for the algorithm were made up of an infinite number of steps, we could never hope to write it down, nor implement it as a computer program.

2 Most programming languages have a built-in integer data type. Normally this representation has a fixed size, thus placing a limit on how large a value can be stored in an integer variable. Describe a representation for integers that has no size restriction (other than the limits of the computer’s available main memory), and thus no practical limit on how large an integer can be stored. Briefly show how your representation can be used to implement the operations of addition, multiplication, and exponentiation.