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Most of these programs are programs I have written in school. I wrote them in Borland C++ Builder, great program by the way, if you don't want to use another Microsoft product :) However, some of them can still be compiled under languages with no changes to the code.

Do your friends think that Visual Basic is better than C++? Well, you can prove them wrong with just 7 lines of code! The following segment of code is often used to demonstrate recursive function calling. Recursive functions are supported in both C++ and VB... However, VB doesn't handle it nearly as well as C++. You can find out by compiling the code in both languages and sending different numbers to the fib(long) function. Anyway, heres the code (its the fibonacci sequence, don't know spelling):

	#include "iostream.h"
	#include "conio.h"

	long fib(long n)
		if (n == 0)
		  return 1;
		  return fib(n-1) + fib(n-2);

	int main()
	   cout << fib(100);


  	 return 0;

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