While looking at the refactoring project over on SednaX, I found myself writing up some quick little code analyzer classes designed to see whether or not a function should be refactored or not.
Looking at that chart, it shows FoxPro has some numbers like 35 single lines of code per function. Wow - that seems low but maybe not.
So tell me - what do you consider to be the ideal number of lines per code / function for readability, maintainability in your programs?
Take the Poll and let me know...