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It's been a year since i first picked up godot, and just last night i was contemplating my main project thinking "What?! when did i learn how to code?!"

So, out of curiosity, i wanted to know if there's a way to find out the total amount of lines across my whole project... I could always sum the lines from every script but when you're reaching ~20 scripts it gets tedious, so, is there?

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You can use the tokei command line tool to achieve this with programs written in almost any language, including GDScript and C#.

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