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LOC as a productivity measure.

Who uses LOC as a productivity measure? Does it work? I can see how it works for new software but what about mature software? What about removing functions (i.e. negative LOC), do you count that as a net drain on productivity or is there some standard adjustment given that it is productive coding effort to remove unwanted stuff. What about refactoring into libaries, etc, which could mean a net fall in LOC? What about OO code, does it work for that? Where do babies come from?
Permalink Chooser 
January 11th, 2006
1. Only morons.
2. No.
3. Irrelevant.
4. A prime example of why it doesn't work.
5. See 4.
6. See 2.
7. Your father did a bad thing with your mother and a baby was Fedexed to them 9 months later as a punitive measure.
Permalink Mr. Wumpus 
January 11th, 2006
1) No, it is often used as a KPI by management ... oh
2) 'kayyy.
3) 'kayyy.
4) but but but ... oh okay
5) 'kayyy**4
6) 'kayyy**2
7) When I was born fedex was a disease you came back from Korea with.

8) Wumpus ... do I know you? I had a bear called that
9) whats the date for? Only saddos date their posts.
Permalink Chooser 
January 11th, 2006
okay, all posts are dated :)
Permalink Chooser 
January 11th, 2006
The true identification of Saddo has been duly made.
Permalink Simon Lucy 
January 11th, 2006
How do you date a post?
I find that hard.*Bump*
Permalink Vineet Reynolds 
January 11th, 2006
Oops, you found an error!