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    Is there a programming program that does the coding for you. Like theres a tool bar, I click "Add image" and it asks me where the image I want is and it uploads it to the file. And I don't have to physically write the code.

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    Yeah, its called Visual Basic.

    J/k. hmm...
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    Ohhh....lol is it free? If not, where can I DL a trial?

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    >>Is there a programming program that does the coding for you.

    yes but we don't like to tell people until they get to 1000 posts.

    We have spent years learning to write good code and now some muppet has rendered all that knowledge obsolete.

    Now none of us physically write code but we like to torture beginners until we let them in on the secret (later).

    I'll give you a heads up, seeing you were smart enough to ask..........look at COBOL.






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    LOL

    You let out the secret about COBOL !!!!!
    i don't think most standard compilers support programmers with more than 4 red boxes - Misplaced

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    A lot of the popular, higher-level languages can be synthesized through a process like the one you are describing. At some point you'll have no choice but to work directly with the code, and so you need to know the lanague, so don't look at this as a way of getting out of doing the low-level stuff.

    But you can get programs called IDEs, which often come with Visual Editors. "Visual" is usually added to the name of the language. Visual Studio.NET is a popular program that works with all the .NET languages, for example.

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    Any links

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    Yeah. Google.

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    Funny.....
    I did that and it had like unuseful pages.

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    The closest thing to programming without writing code I've used has to be MFC programming inside of MSVC 6. I think I've written only about 30 lines for entire programs.
    Takes a lot of getting used to....and I'm not sure I like the trend.

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    The trend what do you mean? Writing programs without physically writing the code?

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