How many years old were you when you started using the command line?
@climagic when I first started using computers, there only was the command line - or at least a mixture of it and BASIC, the Acorn machines widely used at my high school had a proper OS command structure (OSCLI)
@climagic I voted "under 18" because I was a kid when I was using the command line as that's the only interface there was, and with a BASIC interpreter only.
I guess I was a little confused by the wording of the question.
@climagic Which "command line" though? Mine was using a teletype connected to an Elliott 4130 when they ran it in timeshare mode. Otherwise it was a card punch, writing job command language (probably) and Algol60 programs. In about 1971 at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth... 😉
@climagic Like everyone of a certain age, BASIC at 10, but then TRS-DOS and LDOS by 12, then UNIX when I was 16.
@sebsauvage Dans ma tête, je t'imaginais toujours comme un jeune trentenaire... En fait t'es plus vieux que moi 😱
@climagic I have 'used' it before my 18th, but functionally using it was around the Ubuntu 8.04 era. And still almost daily, for updates and whatnot 😎👍
@climagic i was 7, it was 1996, and our home computer was a tandy 1500 that we used mostly for playing games made by Big Blue Disk. Kingdom of Kroz was a big part of my childhood
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