|How to measure code density? firstname.lastname@example.org (PRETORIA) (2000-06-01)|
|Re: How to measure code density? email@example.com (Jimmy Kerl) (2000-06-09)|
|From:||Jimmy Kerl <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||9 Jun 2000 21:35:42 -0400|
|Organization:||Internet Communications of Oklahoma (icok.net)|
> Dear All:
> Is there anyone who knows how to measure code density?
No idea, but id imagine my paradigm is a good place to stat; In that
measuring denisity of "level 1 programming" (see my paradigm at
www.icok.net/~jk/trilvl.html for definition) would be much eaiser than
measuring programming of the other levels, but also that might be a
place to start??
One of the big things would be the numerous ways arrays can be made use of.
and other data structures for this matter.
Oh i know!, check with the people that study formal methods and program
correctness. Im sure that woudl be prerequisite to this
just my guesswork really i have no clue.
> To what extend can we claim that the code is compact or not?
> Where can I get related information or papers about the above problems?
> Another similiar question is :
> Is there any applicable tool to see the machine code of some binary
> programs (i.e. a.out)?
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