How to count number of source code lines (using cloc)

cloc counts, and compute differences of, lines of source code and comments.

# install
$ sudo yum install cloc (Fedora Rawhide) | sudo apt-get install cloc

cloc [optins] <FILE|DIR> ...
$ find . -name "*.py" | xargs cloc
$ cloc package.tar.gz

# proprocessor options: '--diff', '--ignore-whitespace'
$ cloc --diff old.tar.bz  new.tar.bz2

# filter options: '--exclude-dir', '--exclude-lang', '--match-d', '--match-f'
$ cloc --show-lang

# output options: '--quiet', '--csv', '--report-file', '--xml', '--out'

from How to count lines of source code in Linux

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