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I’ve seen some debate floating around about manipulating MySQL via the command line or via a GUI app like Sequel Pro, Navicat, etc

I personally are using both the command line and a GUI.  I mainly use the Sequel Pro for table structure manipulation and browsing table contents similar to PHPMyAdmin.  However, with Coda’s nice built command line interface, I use the command line to insert, select, update, etc. 

Is there any credence to this argument?  Is there really a GUI that can easily replace the command line?  Should I be creating my statements in a GUI? 

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