Reversing the Digits in an Integer Recursively
this program reads an integer from keyboard and using recursion to write it backward ( reversed)
how it works :
1. if the input is not zero it stores a value for the number modulus 10 ( which is the first (least) significant digit to print first .
2. it prints that number .
3. it calls the method itself , this time divided by 10 , as if im moving to the next to least significant digit .
note : the termination point is one the input is zero , then it would return .
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