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Benjamin Johnson
May 14, 2018 ⋅ 4 min read

Using trampolines to manage large recursive loops in JavaScript

Benjamin Johnson Software engineer. Learning every day, one mistake at a time. You can find me online at benjaminjohnson.me.

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3 Replies to "Using trampolines to manage large recursive loops in JavaScript"

  1. Thanks for the article, i would argue the same as above but also without any need for the sum accumulator e.g.:

    const sumBelowRec (n) => () =>
    n === 0
    ? 0
    : n + sumBelowRec(n – 1)

  2. Accumulator is important because it will only work if you return trampoline function (same as Tail call). Otherwise you will sum up number with function.

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