- Oct 20, 2015
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in code, there is not many 'free interpretation' variants on how to write an instruction.what it's doing is closer to the collage generator that people think image generators are.
either it is the instruction you need, or it isn't.
and, either by honest deduction or straight up copy-paste, you'll arrive at the same solution.
that's why there are some properties of some languages that let you convert one block into another, if you're ever limited by another instruction down the line.
sometimes using one or the other is what gives it away, and a coder who's written the code themselves will know why the block is there.
and a coder hitting a roadblock would often have commented lines with previous attempts at changing the code, for reference, and would present the whole block with mistakes and all.
if an AI removes comments when copying code, it'll show.