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added by Ishao, December 17, 2015
edited by Ishao, December 17, 2015
To prevent confusion and add clarification:
"する" is the affirmative present tense.
"してる / している" is the present continuous tense.
But both, in this content, can be read as "what are you doing."
In other contexts this isn't always the case though.