Factorial Initialization Error

To implement a program that finds the factorial of a given number (with initialization error).

Factorial Initialization Error (FIE) is a type of error that occurs when a program incorrectly initializes a variable with a factorial value. This can lead to unexpected results and can be difficult to debug.

The following are some of the possible causes of FIE:

- Incorrectly setting the initial value of a variable to a factorial value.
- Using an incorrect formula to calculate a factorial value.
- Not accounting for the factorial of 0.
- Not properly handling overflow errors when calculating a factorial.
- Not accounting for the factorial of negative numbers.

- Understand what a factorial initialization error is and how to identify it.
- Learn the different ways to debug a factorial initialization error.
- Develop a strategy for resolving a factorial initialization error.
- Create a plan for avoiding factorial initialization errors in the future.
- Be able to explain the concept of a factorial initialization error to others.