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KLOC in forms 6i [message #83695] Sun, 30 November 2003 21:33 Go to next message
Varun Sathe
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Registered: November 2003
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What is the method to calculate KLOC in froms 6i.
Is wc -l count in UNIX is a proper method
Re: KLOC in forms 6i [message #83703 is a reply to message #83695] Tue, 02 December 2003 07:13 Go to previous message
Frank Naude
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KLOC = thousands (Kilo) of Lines Of Code.

You can calculate "KLOC(coded)" by counting the number of lines in your Forms triggers and procedures. "KLOC(generated)" can be obtained by doing a "wc -l" after converting a Form to an FMT file.

Please note that KLOC is only a fuzzy measure; with forth generation languages, like Forms, KLOC is even more obscure. Thousands of clicks per program are probably as important a measure as lines of code.

Best regards.

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