In a very simple way, decoding is the reverse of coding.
Coding essentially attributes lines of code to a program (which can be a computer program or a software installed on a robot, for example).
Decoding reverses those line of codes. It deconstructs the programming that has been made. This is done by translating code lines into plain text or other format that makes it easier to read.
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