Command Line Interface

A command line interface or CLI is a type of User Interface which enables you to interact with a computer by typing in a series of text commands. MS-DOS is an example of a command line interface.

CLIs require you to know the exact, specific commands in order to make something happen. They are unforgiving; any mistakes will result in an error message.

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