There's a clear analogy to this with the Internet. End users never needed to be trained on TCP/IP (the core protocol of the Internet) to use the Internet. Instead, users were trained on or learned applications like Web browsers and e-mail. These applications use TCP/IP under the covers, but most end users are blissfully unaware of this fact.
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