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Factorial Simplified using lambda

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Factorial Simplified using lambda
Here is a trick which uses recursion in Lambda:

class Factorial
   {
       static void Main()
       {
           //Lambada Expression
           Func<int,int> call = null;
           call = x => x * (x == 1 ? 1 : call(x - 1));
           Console.WriteLine(call(5));
           Console.ReadLine();
       }
   }

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GeneralThis will generate a compiler warning, as you are referencin... Pin
Nelson LaQuet10-May-11 7:02
memberNelson LaQuet10-May-11 7:02 
GeneralNice Work. It is nothing but Creating Delegate Call and cal... Pin
rushijoshi5-May-11 0:39
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GeneralRe: ok thanks Pin
Steven.Pinto5-May-11 1:52
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Generalnice :) Pin
AmitMangal4-May-11 1:32
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GeneralRe: Thank you Pin
Steven.Pinto4-May-11 2:33
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