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kingkingyyk
post Mar 21 2017, 07:02 AM
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QUOTE(Ludwig. @ Mar 20 2017, 10:39 PM)
yeah, again, i think its heavily exaggerated. with any industry, if you can do the job better and more efficient than someone else despite their 'unique talents' youll shine brighter.

ive been told that people who code on the command line are very '>all' because they feel superior knowing that they dont need to be holding hands with an IDE to get their program to work.

eh, whatever floats your boat.
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Well, it is like trying to perform data analysis by just looking at the table and figure out the pattern. Small data is fine, but larger data will start to confuse you. biggrin.gif

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post Mar 21 2017, 10:28 AM
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QUOTE(Ludwig. @ Mar 20 2017, 10:39 PM)
yeah, again, i think its heavily exaggerated. with any industry, if you can do the job better and more efficient than someone else despite their 'unique talents' youll shine brighter.

ive been told that people who code on the command line are very '>all' because they feel superior knowing that they dont need to be holding hands with an IDE to get their program to work.

eh, whatever floats your boat.
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It depend on situation.

If you need to create patch quick
Some wrote code in php,perl,awk then run in command line..

If you're admin maybe you will code in powershell or terminal a lot.. It much faster to type simple thing in command prompt,terminal,powershell.

It much quicker to access remote pc,server via ftp,sftp,putty..





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post Mar 21 2017, 03:52 PM
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Using shell/cmdline/terminal/console, is because it is easily script-able and repeatable.

Nothing to do with good/bad.



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post Mar 25 2017, 07:27 PM
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QUOTE(Ludwig. @ Mar 20 2017, 10:59 AM)
i just came back from a lecture and today he said that "companies will never employ someone who use IDEs. when you code on command line, you know exactly what's going on in your code instead of pressing F6 and the IDE does everything for you"

i kind of disagree since if i know the gist of what's happening and can overcome a problem and get the desired outcome, doesn't that make me as good of a programmer compared to someone who uses the command line interface?
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depends what he means by IDE...

if only GUI where you drag and drop and choose from menu, then its not as good as you type yourself..

some IDE offers some neat stuff like code auto-indent, code auto-complete, auto find error which does actually help you code faster and less mistake.


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post Mar 25 2017, 07:29 PM
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QUOTE(manjacat @ Mar 25 2017, 07:27 PM)
depends what he means by IDE...

if only GUI where you drag and drop and choose from menu, then its not as good as you type yourself..

some IDE offers some neat stuff like code auto-indent, code auto-complete, auto find error which does actually help you code faster and less mistake.
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is there even an IDE that creates software by drag and drop?
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post Mar 25 2017, 07:36 PM
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post Mar 26 2017, 08:56 PM
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Tell me which ide can do all the jobs for u for just spamming f6?
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post Mar 27 2017, 01:19 AM
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That's some bullshit statements I've ever heard this year ,

"companies will never employ someone who use IDEs. when you code on command line, you know exactly what's going on in your code instead of pressing F6 and the IDE does everything for you"

wtfish , big blue even use IDEs to code theirs watson/cognos , it's about time taken to complete , as long as the syntax is correct and simplified and its get the result who gives hoot bout what IDE or just editor you're using

try to do programming without GUI and IDE , i wanna see he does it in minutes
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post Mar 27 2017, 01:04 PM
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bwahaha remind me of my college time where I used text editor to code and terminal to run g++ test.cpp -o test

clicking F5(or F6) is just simplify the process for u unless what that guy meant is writing ur own compiler or Assembly language?

what we care is turning business logic into code! business logic earn money
knowing how to compile, build, and run project without IDE does not earn u money
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