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comment Is there a metric that can be equated to complexity in laymens terms?
FWIW, Cyclomatic Complexity works well. Especially placed into a chart. In practice I have found that if you place projects side by side in order of complexity then the programmers sentiments regarding the difficulty of the project is in line with the chart.
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comment Is there a metric that can be equated to complexity in laymens terms?
@Brian - You may be right. I updated my answer.
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comment Is there a metric that can be equated to complexity in laymens terms?
This is a good answer for estimation. However, I'm actually looking for a means to measure a finished product against another finished product.
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