Command is text-based reference to set of instructions - Program Writing
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Q. A command is a text-based reference to set of instructions, that are expected to be executed by the system.
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-Posted on 16 Oct 15
Command Line Interface (CLI)
- It is a great tool of interaction with computers until the video display monitors came into existence.
- It is one of the first choice of many technical users and programmers.
- It is minimum interface a software can provide to its users.
- It provides a command prompt, the place where the user types the command and feeds to the system.
- The user needs to remember the syntax of command and its use.
- Initially CLI were not programmed to handle the user errors effectively.
- A command is a text-based reference to set of instructions, which are expected to be executed by the system.
- Methods such as macros, scripts are used to make it easy for the user to operate.
- CLI uses less amount of computer resource as compared to GUI.
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