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Does FunC allow to call functions recursively?

Is it possible to call a function in a recursive way in FunC? If so, how exactly should I do it? I haven't found it in the FunC documentation, is it covered there?

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Yes, you can make recursive calls in FunC. And it is basically the same as in other programming languages.
Simple example of recursive pow function:

int pow (int num, int base) {
    if (base == 0) {
		    return 1;
	  if (base % 2 == 1) {
        return pow(num, base - 1) * num;
    int sqr = pow(num, base / 2);
    return sqr * sqr;
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