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i am newbie to open source projects,
i want to find open source projects that a suitable for me,
how can i find open source projects that are less than ten thousand line ?
from source forge or another websites?
i tried in the web but couldn't find any solution
Posted 19-Jun-12 6:58am
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 19-Jun-12 12:00pm
   
The request makes no sense at all. Why? How it's possible? If one project is below 1000 lines, it will grow later. What's the point and how it matters?
--SA
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Solution 2

Open source projects are not listed by number of code lines.
 
In fact "lines of code" has been depreciated as a metric for years, particularly for high level languages where coding style alone can have a massive affect on code lines count. Do:
if (condition)
   {
   statement;
   }
else
   {
   statement;
   }
And:
if (condition) statement;
else statement;
Have the same number of lines of code?
Even if they do, the size of the code is not a measure of it's quality!
 
Look for a project that has a relevant, or interesting subject - or better still get a book and work your way through it if you are trying to learn the language. Learning from random code is a bad way to do it - you miss far too many basics.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 19-Jun-12 12:56pm
   
Of course the first style is a sign on a better developer: more productive, in lines of code :-). Who knows what OP wants? My 5.
--SA
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Solution 3

it seems you are newbie to programming, but if you are familiar with programming you can find free lance projects over internet which are in different languages like:
http://www.scriptlance.com/[^]
http://www.freelancer.com/[^]
you can search for open source projects or you can contribute with open source communities!
 
but as the last solution told,it's wrong to measure your code by number of lines,because it depends on programmer and the algorithm.
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Solution 1

Projects are not measured by a number of lines, period.
 
Please take a look at my comment to the question. I cannot see any sense in this request at all. Care to explain?
 
—SA
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