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Fibonacci series program in tcl
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Richard Suchenwirth - Fibonacci numbers  are a famous example for recursion. They are defined as fib(0) = 0 fib(1) = 1 fib(x) = fib(x-1) + fib(x-2). The program used to run Tcl after installation is typically tclsh — a shell-style This example uses iterative definition of Fibonacci numbers. lassign assigns. This example uses recursive definition of Fibonacci numbers. Function fib is defined in namespace tcl::mathfunc, so that it can be used as math function in expr.
The second problem is that you have to call fibb as a Tcl command within that Functions in Tcl are really just commands that live in the right. This program calculates the nth fibonacci number # using alrogirhtm 1A: naive binary recursion # # compiled: n/a # executed tclsh bevydigital.com n # # Naive binary. Fibonacci numbers. Progopedia. Fibonacci numbers is a numerical sequence, in which first two elements are equal to 1, and each remaining number is equal to.