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Findings Midrange C projects are similar to C projects on mainframe projects, with slightly better PDR in general The median is 15 hours per function point, and the mean is 18 hours per function point Unlike mainframe projects, on this platform C++ is better than C, with half in the range from 5 to 9 hours per function point and few above 20 hours per function point; the median is 8 hours per function point Though the full range is from 4 to over 70 hours per function point, most Java projects lie in the range from 4 to 9 hours per function point; 9 hours is the median Oracle projects range from 2 to 29 hours per function point Most lie between 2 and 10 hours per function point, with median 9 and mean 11 hours per function point SQL projects vary greatly in range from 4 to 54 hours per function point, but most are below 20 hours per function point The median is 13 hours per function point Languages Midrange Development Environments Language C/C++
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Findings ASP projects range from 2 to 14 hours per function point Median and mean are both 6 hours per function point Oracle projects are spread fairly evenly from 1 to 33 hours per function point The median is 9 and the mean is 10 hours per function point SQL ranges from 3 to 12 hours per function point, with an average of 5 hours per function point and a median of 4 Again, C projects appear to have better PDR rates than C++ projects, but the sample of C projects is small, so this conclusion is risky Treating them as a single combined group, nearly all are between 3 and 15 hours per function point The median is 10 hours per function point, and the mean is 14 hours per function point COBOL ranges widely, from 3 to over 30 hours per function point Almost half are below 6 hours per function point The rest are scattered from 9 to 35 hours per function point The median is 10 hours per function point, and the mean is 13 hours per function point Visual Basic projects range from 1 to 24 hours per function point, but nearly all are below 12 hours per function point The mean and median are both 7 hours per function point Nearly all Java projects are between 2 and 12 hours per function point The median is 8 hours per function point, and the mean is 9 hours per function point

