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<h1>Welcome to Project Line Counter</h1>
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The Project Line Counter is a Visual C++/Visual Studio .NET add-in that can count the number of source code lines in your project.
<p>Line counting statistics include:
<li>Total number of (source code) lines.</li>
<li>Number of lines with comments.</li>
<li>Number of mixed lines (lines with both comments and source code).</li>
<li>Number of blank lines (optional).</li>
Line Counter can correctly parse C/C#/C++ files, Visual Basic files, INI files, makefiles and others.
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