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, 26 Apr 2010 CPOL
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Assuming that a carriage return represents a line of code, this will count the lines of code in a SQL 2008 database:SELECT ROUTINE_NAME,ROUTINE_TYPE,LEN(ROUTINE_DEFINITION )-len(REPLACE(ROUTINE_DEFINITION,CHAR(10),'')) LOCFROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINESCOMPUTE...
Assuming that a carriage return represents a line of code, this will count the lines of code in a SQL 2008 database:
 
SELECT 
ROUTINE_NAME,
ROUTINE_TYPE,
LEN(ROUTINE_DEFINITION )-len(REPLACE(ROUTINE_DEFINITION,CHAR(10),'')) LOC
FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINES
COMPUTE SUM(LEN(ROUTINE_DEFINITION )-len(REPLACE(ROUTINE_DEFINITION,CHAR(10),'')))
COMPUTE avg(LEN(ROUTINE_DEFINITION )-len(REPLACE(ROUTINE_DEFINITION,CHAR(10),'')))

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