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How to replace recursive functions using stack and while-loop to avoid the stack-overflow

, 5 Sep 2013
This article explains 10 rules (steps) for replacing the recursive functions using stack and while-loop to avoid the stack-overflow.
Prize winner in Competition "Best C++ article of July 2012"

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Woong Gyu La
Software Developer
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Woong Gyu La had been working as a software developer for over 8 years.
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