What is the difference between coding in databases and programming?

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  • What is the difference between coding in databases and programming?

    In real Programming is a superset of Coding. That means every element of Coding is a part of Programming. A lot of debates and discussions had happened on this topic as they both have their separate fan base among IT workers. Some love coding while others are interested in programming. But these two are interlinked with each other which made the most important for developing potential software in IT.

    Programming defines as a set of instructions to some device for performing tasks on behalf of a human for doing them. This is not that easy to provide those instructions as you listen. Actually there is a lot of stuff happening behind such as working with Algorithm, Memory management Tasks, Testing, Debugging and a lot to know.

    This tasks all together gives a well-designed and performing program for the public to make their life so comfortable. Generally, a programmer had to be stick with plans and actions regarding what they do for it. They should follow a methodical approach in order to fulfill the needs with the end-user.

    Coding is totally different from programming. It is all about doing a translator job between different programming languages. They convert the code of one language to another without changing any logic and instructions in it. Generally, it
  • lisajohn
    Senior Member
    • May 2007
    • 218

    In general, In databases you are writing code that is specific to that data. The language has Functions and limitations that are designed for and limited to managing data. Programming does not have these boundaries.