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Dunno - I'd try to find the answer on the web if I were you...
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They would if the sensible thing had been done and just made the metre a yard in length. Then adjust all the other metrics to match. A mile would be exactly 1,760 metres in length, a furlong would be 220 metres in length - what's the problem?
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i know what you mean by the question and it's why i'll tell you it roughly means the average of what you get when you hit CTRL-K-D over a document in C# with standard visual studio settings, and then get the line count of that.
Which means that yes, half of it is just closing braces, for example.
That said, as a metric, it works in broad strokes. Either way implementing these algorithms this way was much more compact than doing either individually, and from the looks of it, more compact than i've seen other offerings.
but i still need to compare perf if i wanted to do comparisons that matter.
i'm still happy with the result, either way. Implementing LALR table generation is a beast.
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