Given a number, the task is to find the Superfactorial of a number. The result of multiplying the product of first n factorials is called Superfactorial of a number.
Superfactorial(n)= 1 ^ n * 2 ^ (n-1) * 3 ^ (n-2) * . . . . . * n ^ 1
Input : 3
Output : 12
H(3) = 1! * 2! * 3! = 12
Input : 4
Output : 288
H(4) = 1^4 * 2^3 * 3^2 * 4^1 = 288
An efficient approach is to compute all factorial iteratively till n, then compute the product of all factorial till n.
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