The Recall function is used to recursively call a function. That is, suppose we are writing a function called f and we want to call f within itself. Then instead of calling on f within itself, we use the Recall function in its place.
- arguments – The arguments will correspond to the those of the parent function, i.e. the function that Recall is located within.
Pass arguments to another function, which is especially useful for creating customized versions of existing functions or in providing additional options to end-users.
- … – Include three consecutive periods at the end of a function declaration. Also include three periods in at the end of the argument list for the function to pass arguments to.
The ellipsis is just a special argument, so be sure to include a comma between any other arguments and the ellipsis.