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Line counts for forms, classes, projects

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Is there a function, addin or whatever that can be called to report on the
number of lines of code in each object in a project, and the project in
total? (Rather than turning on line counting and going to the bottom of the
source code to manually add them up)?

Thanks,
Dean Slindee
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Is there a function, addin or whatever that can be called to report on the
number of lines of code in each object in a project, and the project in
total? (Rather than turning on line counting and going to the bottom of the source code to manually add them up)?

Thanks,
Dean Slindee

Nov 20 '05 #2

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You could allways write your own add-in. Its not that hard to knock up
some code to recusrivleysearch all the .vb files in your structure and
report them.

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"Dean Slindee" <sl*****@charter.net> wrote in message
news:10*************@corp.supernews.com...
Is there a function, addin or whatever that can be called to report on the
number of lines of code in each object in a project, and the project in
total? (Rather than turning on line counting and going to the bottom of the source code to manually add them up)?

Thanks,
Dean Slindee

Nov 20 '05 #3

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