CCOUNT(1) General Commands Manual CCOUNT(1)
ccount - program that counts lines of C code. Is close to compliance with
SPR counting rules.
The main output number from ccount is non-comment source statements
(NCSS). It will also report the number of PROCEDUREs + FUNCTIONs,
comments, blank lines, and total source lines. NCSS is estimated by
counting the number of semicolons, not counting those in string constants
or comments. A line that contains a semicolon and a comment will be
counted in both categories.
ccount(1) does not count macro definitions, nor does it handle if
statements correctly. It could be easily fixed.
csize(1), kdsi(1), ccount(1), lc(1), metrics(1)
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