So other coding projects get measured in things like “New Lines Of Code”, “Reused Lines Of Code”, or just “Lines of Code”. If I were a system engineering guy and wanted to put a metric on the complexity of a Blueprint scripting project, could I count nodes or something, since blueprints aren’t expressed in lines of code? How do you guys put a number on how complex a certain blueprint project is?
How long it takes to open
Lines of code means almost absolutely nothing. You could write a bunch of really obfuscated code or do something really lame like put one word per line. In terms of complexity, you could write something simple, like a Turing machine(Lambda calculus), and have it crash your PC; even though it doesn’t really use that many lines of code.
Much like coding in c++, node count != complexity.