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From what I have heard, the 60 million line number is high. The only time I've heard Microsoft talk about lines of code was in an article around the time Windows 2000 shipped. The numbers that Brian Valentine or Jim Allchin used were somewhere around 30 millions lines of code for Windows 2000. If I remember correctly, that was 5-10 million more than Windows NT.
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