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Estimated source lines of code

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Estimated source lines of code (ESLOC) is a software metric used to measure the size of a program by estimating the number of lines of source code in the program.

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ESLOC is a valuable and intuitive measure that is correlated with the number of people required to build, use, and maintain software systems. Increasing the amount of ESLOC increases the likelihood of vulnerabilities.

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