A recursive function is a function defined as a self-referential expression. This function is used to continue calling itself and repeat its behavior until some condition is met to return a result. Using this operator, Using 2 as the exponent, you can find a number's square. Suppose conditions are used in the Recursive function. When n=0, the result returns 0. Otherwise, it appends the square value.

**The three ways are to square a number as follows:**

- **, the power operator
- the in-built pow() function
- the math.pow() function from the math module

** is called the power operator. Here is the syntax:

** number ** exponent**

To define something in terms of itself Recursion process is used. Where we place two parallel mirrors, any object in between would be reflected recursively is a physical word example. It will recursively call itself by reducing the number when we call this function with a positive integer. To stop the recursion, or else the function calls itself infinitely, every recursive function must have a base condition. The Python interpreter is used to limit the recursion depths to help avoid infinite recursions, resulting in stack overflows.

**Advantages of Recursion**

- The code looks clean and elegant.
- Sequence generation is easier with recursion.
- A complex task can be divided into simpler sub-problems using recursion.

**Disadvantages of Recursion**

- Sometimes the logic takes effort to follow.
- Recursive functions are hard to debug.
- Recursive calls are expensive (inefficient)
- It takes up a lot of memory and time.

Here is an example of how to do a Recursive function using Python:

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