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It would be nice if I could. In all, we converted over 100K LOC over three applications, with a minimal amount of hand coding. Where we really saved time was in short term bug support. Had we redisigned everything by hand, surely, we would have had many many more bugs. An off the cuff guess would be on the order of 6 months to do it by hand, instead of just over a week with the conversion.

Ted Young

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