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@veer66 to me, the term means the ACTUAL writing code part, while involves more stuff, such as setting up an environment, build tools, compiling, etc.
So if you're a programmer you know how to do a lot of those steps, including coding.

@tanukichi
I think the term coding was derived from the term source code.

programming was derived from the term computer programming.

By guess is programming was picked up by the professors and coding was picked up by the students.
@veer66

@qwerty @veer66 sincerely I'm too young and english is not my native language so that's just my way of seeing it :P There's plenty of room for overlapping between the terms tho

@tanukichi
well I am looking at how would it evolve. Like who would say "I gotta write some source code" vs "I gotta program the computer"

I would say the students or the interns who often had to do the dirty work but not worry about the theory would be the ones saying "I gotta write some source code"

where as the professors whose job was how to find use the computer for practical purposes would be the ones saying "I have to program this computer"

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