You have an amount of change you need to make, and an unlimited amount of coins of various denominations.
Write a recursive function named `makeChange`

that accepts two parameters: an integer representing an amount of change, and a vector of integers representing the coins' values in cents,
and calculates and prints every way of making that amount of change, using the coin values in the vector.
Each way of making change should be printed as the number of each coin used in the coins vector.
For example, if you need to make 15 cents using pennies, nickels, and dimes, you should print these vectors:

{15, 0, 0}
{10, 1, 0}
{5, 2, 0}
{5, 0, 1}
{0, 3, 0}
{0, 1, 1}

Note that this result is by calling it with a coins vector of `{1, 5, 10}`

representing pennies, nickels, and dimes.
In this example, there were three "choices": first, we chose the number of pennies, then the number of nickels, and finally the number of dimes.

You may assume that the amount of change passed to your function is non-negative, but it could exceed 100.