At first these processes may seem too laborious to actually save time. However, the time and energy saved by finalizing the table design before creating the code (as opposed to constantly rewriting the code every time the design is changed) will likely be apparent in the end. Also a time-saver is being able to refer to a desktop image instead of opening a file every time database design information is needed.
Additionally, while traditional keypunching may be more efficient for smaller sections of code, using Excel and Word can generate very large sections of code in a fraction of the time required to read about the process.
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