Lines of code: How our favorite apps stack up against the rest of tech
0. phoneArena 12 Nov 2013, 16:10 posted on
When you see how much effort goes into some of the tech we use, or are touched by every day, our...
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1. joaolx (Posts: 353; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)
I always like to think of what happens behind the curtains but it can be scary. I'm at school learning programming and I'm looking forward to build apps and maybe go into gaming in my free time which I have always wanted to do.
The possibilities are endless and the future looks promising.
6. jaytai0106 (Posts: 1260; Member since: 30 Mar 2011)
All the wishes to you buddy :D You are heading to a good field
2. indianapple89 (Posts: 47; Member since: 28 Feb 2013)
CORRECTION: Actually if you look at the source properly, the first section is "hundred thousand" lines of code .... not a million.
So an iPhone app takes less than 100,000 lines of code, about 50,000.
And the Camino browser takes about 200,000 lines of code.
And so on...
PA, please read the source properly before posting.
3. Gawain (Posts: 351; Member since: 15 Apr 2010)
Saw that too...they oughtta get someone that knows how to read **and** write at the same time...
4. indianapple89 (Posts: 47; Member since: 28 Feb 2013)
Hmm. Thanks for correcting it. Now my post just looks silly doesnt it....
5. livyatan (Posts: 691; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)
So a car has more than twice larger software than the F22?
That sounds ridiculous.