ccount

CCOUNT(1)                   General Commands Manual                  CCOUNT(1)



NAME
       ccount - program that counts lines of C code. Is close to compliance
       with SPR counting rules.

SYNOPSIS
       ccount   files...

DESCRIPTION
       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.

BUGS
       ccount(1) does not count macro definitions, nor does it handle if
       statements correctly. It could be easily fixed.

SEE ALSO
       csize(1), kdsi(1), ccount(1), lc(1), metrics(1)

AUTHOR
       This manual page was written by  <ioannis@debian.org>,



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