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Counting Lines of Source Code in PowerShell | Precision Computing

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/04/30

Precision Computing is a site by Lee Holmes having a great blog with PowerShell tips. Of course he does, as he is part of the PowerShell team and he wrote Windows PowerShell Cookbook: The Complete Guide to Scripting Microsoft’s New Command Shell.

The Counting Lines of Source Code in PowerShell entry is on counting C# code lines (and shows some great performance optimization tips).

I knew about the blog, and bumped into the entry because of file – Lines-of-code counting for many C# solutions – Stack Overflow.

Last year I inherited a suite of .NET projects totaling about 4 million LOC. Which I want to drastically reduce to make it more maintainable.


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