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Thread: Extended Hanooi Tower

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    Default Extended Hanooi Tower

    dear all

    I should write recursiv & nonrecursive version of extended Hanoi tower. Extended Hanoi tower is similar the normal one. The difference is that here odd rings are in A (1,3,5) and even rings are in B (2,4,6). Now how we can transfer all of them to one with recursive function & a nonrecursive function!!! (Note 1 is the biggest ring and we can't place bigger one on the smaller one)

    Thanks in advance


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    Default Re: Extended Hanooi Tower

    Recursive algorithms involve methods that call themselves, non-recursive alternatives typically involve while loops. Given the question it is a hard to provide further advice...I recommend reading the following: How to Ask Questions

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