# Is factororial algorithm in different languages a problem?

```
multi factorial ( Int $n where { $n <= 0 } ){
return 1;
}
multi factorial ( Int $n ){
return $n * factorial( $n-1 );
}
```

```
multi factorial(0) { 1 }
multi factorial(Int $n) { $n * factorial($n - 1) }
```

Tags: language-agnostic algorithm

Source: By Brad Gilbert as answer to the question

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