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What are your thoughs and opinions about this?
Like i decided at long last to try it out and see what it can do and i managed to get it to make this....

<!DOCTYPE html>
		body {
			font-family: Arial, sans-serif;
			background-color: #f2f2f2;
		.container {
			margin: 50px auto;
			padding: 20px;
			background-color: #fff;
			box-shadow: 0px 0px 10px #ccc;
			border-radius: 10px;
			text-align: center;
			width: 300px;
		h1 {
			margin-top: 0;
			font-size: 36px;
			color: #333;
		input {
			display: block;
			margin: 10px auto;
			padding: 10px;
			border: none;
			background-color: #f2f2f2;
			width: 80%;
			border-radius: 5px;
			font-size: 18px;
			text-align: right;
		.button-container {
			display: flex;
			flex-wrap: wrap;
			justify-content: space-between;
			margin: 10px auto;
			width: 80%;
		button {
			padding: 10px 20px;
			border: none;
			background-color: #333;
			color: #fff;
			font-size: 18px;
			border-radius: 5px;
			cursor: pointer;
		button:hover {
			background-color: #555;
		button:active {
			transform: translateY(2px);
	<div class="container">
		<input type="text" id="result" disabled>
		<div class="button-container">
			<button onclick="clearScreen()">C</button>
			<button onclick="backspace()">BACK</button>
			<button onclick="insert('+')">+</button>
			<button onclick="insert('-')">-</button>
			<button onclick="insert('*')">*</button>
			<button onclick="insert('/')">/</button>
			<button onclick="insert('7')">7</button>
			<button onclick="insert('8')">8</button>
			<button onclick="insert('9')">9</button>
			<button onclick="insert('4')">4</button>
			<button onclick="insert('5')">5</button>
			<button onclick="insert('6')">6</button>
			<button onclick="insert('1')">1</button>
			<button onclick="insert('2')">2</button>
			<button onclick="insert('3')">3</button>
			<button onclick="insert('0')">0</button>
			<button onclick="calculate()">=</button>
		function insert(num) {
			document.getElementById("result").value += num;

		function clearScreen() {
			document.getElementById("result").value = "";

		function backspace() {
			var input = document.getElementById("result");
			input.value = input.value.slice(0, -1);

		function calculate() {
			var input = document.getElementById("result");
			var result = eval(input.value);
			document.getElementById("result").value = result;

TBH i'm pretty amazed that it was able to produce this and actually work.... Where could this go. Could we ALL be out of jobs?

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welcome to the dark side 🙂 been using it myself as well as github co pilot. Has helped me loads when having to fix or bug test my amazing code haha.
Feel that co-pilot has helped speed up writing code.
I don't think it'll be to long before all developers/coder or whatever will be using AI.

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