Ladies and Gentlemen, After much sweat and loss of sleep, I have done a major rewrite of FACT, the code coverage analyzer. A code coverage analyzer analyzes users code to determine what lines have code have been executed. It also determines the frequency that lines of code have been executed. FACT @ is now up to 200% faster. @ tallies only executable lines @ displays stats in real-time @ has a maximum of 20000 lines per user file @ no known limitation on total lines of code @ sets comments to gray . It has been tested in standard and console runtimes. I need more time to get it working with Objects and Tech runtime has not been tested. Major thanks to Robert Purves for pointing out where my code broke and providing the building blocks for identifcation of non-executable code. You can get the file at ftp://ftp.futurebasic.org/futurebasic/dropbox/ The file name is: FACTS.sea.hqx I wont be able to respond to mail for a few days, which is why I'm up so late getting this beta out. I am especially interested in big programs on older machines. The largest programs I test were object runtime examples. Even with the number of files and lines of code used in objects, it never took more than 34 ticks to analyze (not including startup time) all user code on a G3/233, even in 68K mode. Feel free to kick it around and send me an email. Suggestions, comments and complaints, (yes complaints) are welcome. Thanks, W.