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 Apr 24 awarded Popular Question Feb 4 awarded Notable Question Nov 15 awarded Popular Question Aug 2 accepted Best way to present a small application Aug 2 comment Best way to present a small application I have a poster and that's about it. i.e. 20" x 30" with info on it. But yeah. I get your point Aug 2 asked Best way to present a small application Jul 6 awarded Scholar Jul 6 accepted How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? Jul 5 awarded Nice Question Jul 5 revised How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? specification Jul 5 awarded Commentator Jul 5 revised How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? Harder problem Jul 5 awarded Cleanup Jul 5 revised How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? rolled back to a previous revision Jul 5 revised How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? better example Jul 5 comment How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? That's actually what I'm aiming at. I would like to know how to..."comprehend" (I guess that's the right wording) the run time for ANY given set. Say method a() had a run time of N! and each time it calls method b() which not only has a run time of N^3 but it also calls method a(). Jul 5 awarded Critic Jul 5 comment How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? Not looking for the particular functions right here. I'm looking for a general way to find the run time of recursive functions that call each other. Jul 5 comment How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? Thanks that's the reason I did it here in the first place. Besides it's better to know how to fish than receive a fish. Jul 5 comment How do I determine the runtime of a double recursive function? @Mark Trapp yep that's it exactly actually!