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Oktokolo8983dThe question is a legitimate one.
The answer is misleading though.
No, if you don't want to build or alter tools and don't need to build anything not covered by the tools, you don't need to know how to code.
And if you aren't interested in how code and coding works, don't try to learn it.
Being a "mere" user of tools, is the right choice for most people.