This is a Python Program to find the total sum of a nested list using recursion.

The program takes a nested list and finds the total sum of the nested list using recursion.

1. Initialize a variable to a nested list.

2. Pass the list as an argument to a recursive function to find the sum of elements of the list.

3. In the function, use a for loop and recursion to obtain the elements inside the sublists and store the summed up elements in a variable.

4. Return the total sum of the elements.

5. Print the sum of the nested list.

6. Exit.

Here is source code of the Python Program to find the sum of a nested list using recursion. The program output is also shown below.

def sum1(lst): total = 0 for element in lst: if (type(element) == type([])): total = total + sum1(element) else: total = total + element return total print( "Sum is:",sum1([[1,2],[3,4]]))

1. A variable is initialized to a nested list.

2. The list is passed as an argument to a recursive function to find the sum of elements of the list.

3. In the function, A for loop and repeated recursion to obtain the elements inside the sublists.

4. The total sum of the elements is found out and is returned.

5. The sum of the elements in the nested list is printed.

Case 1: Sum is: 10

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