An Overview of Static Analyzers for C/C++ Code—Aleksandr Alekseev

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An Overview of Static Analyzers for C/C++ Code

by Aleksandr Alekseev

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C and C++ programmers tend to make mistakes when writing code.

Many of these mistakes can be found using -Wall, asserts, tests, meticulous code review, IDE warnings, building with different compilers for different operating systems running on different hardware configurations, and the like. But even all these means combined often fail to reveal all the bugs. Static code analysis helps improve the situation a little. In this post, we will take a look at some static analysis tools. [The author of this article is not an employee of our company, and his opinion may be different from ours.]...

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Sergei said on May 24, 2016 08:01 AM:

In the Russian original text, the word "навороченный" was used which was translated as "sophisticated". The Russian word has a negative connotation of "being complex without a good reason". Otherwise, I liked the article. Keep up the good work!