Despite the widespread use of graphical user interfaces (GUIs) in modern computing, command line interfaces (CLIs) still exist and are used for a number of reasons.
One reason is that CLIs can be faster and more efficient than GUIs for certain tasks.
For example, a CLI can allow a user to quickly enter a series of commands to perform a complex operation, without the need to navigate through multiple menus or windows.
CLIs are also often used for managing and configuring computer systems, as they can provide more precise control over the system's settings and functions.
Additionally, CLIs can be useful in situations where a GUI is not available, such as when working on a remote server via a terminal.
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