Mathematically, given a function f, we recursively define fk(n) as follows: if k = 1, f1(n) = f(n). Otherwise, for k > 1, fk(n) = f(fk-1(n)). Assume that there is an existing function f, which takes in a single integer and returns an integer. Write a recursive function fcomp, which takes in both n and k (k > 0), and returns fk(n).

int f(int n);

int fcomp(int n, int k){

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