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ADVANCED VBA EXERCISES▼
Advanced VBA | Passing arguments exercise | Recursive programming - factorial
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In any application (Word, Excel, PowerPoint or whatever) write a macro which calculates the factorial of a number. Your macro should use recursive program calls.
The factorial of 4 - often written as 4! - equals 4 * 3 * 2 * 1.
Save this file with a suitable name, then close it down.