Folders is an esoteric programming language without any files at all. Instead, the program is represented by the directory structure instead, so our normal rules for counting the file size of the program won't work here (or all Folders programs would be zero bytes, which is clearly impractical).
So how should Folders programs be counted? Two options I can think of:
- Define an ASCII representation of a Folders program and count that.
- Count how many bytes the folders take up in the file system (if that is easy to determine, and then the question is which file system should be used).