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Hallo everyone. plzzz do not rediect me to some other web source or somebody. its not a good way to answer.

AAnd my question is why recursive method used here. the class (
CZKEM();
) below from zkempeerer.dll. it is to connect and control scanner device.whats benefit of doing its method recursive? I never used recursion.

class SomeClass{
 CZKEM objCZKEM = new CZKEM();

        #region 'What we will be using'

        public bool BatchUpdate(int dwMachineNumber)
        {
            return objCZKEM.BatchUpdate(dwMachineNumber);
        }

        public bool Beep(int DelayMS)
        {
            return objCZKEM.Beep(DelayMS);
        }

}


What I have tried:

I have searched google and other web sources. but they say about difference between loop and recursion and iteration ...
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Updated 1-Feb-19 10:01am

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Solution 1

There is no recursion in that code, nor is there a loop.
There may be recursion or iteration within the CZKEM class, but we can't see it if there is.

You do understand that recursion is calling a method (directly or indirectly) from itself, don't you?
public int factorial(int x)
   {
   if (x <= 1) return 1;
   return x * factorial (x - 1);
   }
What you have in that code is not recursion, it is encapsulation[^] which is a very different thing altogether.
   

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