On Aug 26, 2007, at 13:43 , hadley wickham wrote:

> I don't think that invalidates the usefulness of an complexity per LOC
> metric.  It's measuring something a little different, which still
> might be useful.  Clearly the two sides of the statement have equal
> complexity, but the RHS has lower complexity per LOC.

Which tells you what? In what way is that useful?