The elements of an integer -valued array can be initialized so that a[i] == i in a recursive fashion as follows

The elements  of an integer -valued  array  can be initialized  so that a[i] == i in a recursive fashion as follows

LANGUAGE: JAVA

CHALLENGE:

The elements of an integer -valued array can be initialized so that a[i] == i in a recursive fashion as follows:
• An array of size 0 is already initialized ;
• Otherwise
o set the last element of the array to n-1 (where n is the number of elements in the array , for example, an array of size 3 will have its last element — index 2– set to 2; and
o initialize the portion of the array consisting of the first n-1 elements (i.e., the other elements of the array )
Write a void method named init that accepts an integer array , and the number of elements in the array and recursively initializes the array so that a[i] == i.

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