Complimenting Fibonacci number coding – iterative and recursive approach, we can improve performance by caching. If you run this
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public class RecursiveFibonacci { public int fibonacci(int n) { if (n == 0  n == 1) return n; System.out.println("evaluating fibonacci(" + n + ")"); return fibonacci(n  2) + fibonacci(n  1); } public static void main(String[] args) { int nThfibonacciNo = new RecursiveFibonacci().fibonacci(5); System.out.println(nThfibonacciNo); } } 
Output

evaluating fibonacci(5) evaluating fibonacci(3) evaluating fibonacci(2) evaluating fibonacci(4) evaluating fibonacci(2) evaluating fibonacci(3) evaluating fibonacci(2) 5 
and you can see “fibonacci(3)” is repeated 2 times, “fibonacci(2)” is repeated 3 times, and so on. If you pick a larger number like 21, there will be…...
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