Wikipedia only tells "Major differences between software engineering and other engineering disciplines, according to some researchers, result from the costs of fabrication."
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There are a variety of different fields in computer science, the other fields in computer science such as security and network specialists vary greatly compared to the daily responsibilities. But for me software engineers are the coders, who design, test and maintain code.
Software engineer is a broad term and can incorporate a wide variety of jobs, here's a list of "different disciplines and fields of knowledge"(careers) in computer science.