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Posts: articles

Dec 20 2022
Christmas holidays with PVS-Studio
Yaroslav Pavlov-Breycher
Christmas holidays are the most beloved and cherished ones all over the world. Gifts, decorations, family and friends all gathered together — these are the essentials of Christmas and New Year's buzz. Our team was also caught up in this. In the eve of the Christmas...
Dec 19 2022
Help the compiler, and the compiler will help you. Subtleties of working with nullable reference types in C#
Nikita Panevin
Nullable reference types appeared in C# 3 years ago. By this time, they found their audience. But even those who work with this "beast" may not know all its capabilities. Let's figure out how to work with these types more efficiently.
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Dec 16 2022
PVS-Studio 7.22: Visual Studio Code, Qt Creator, .NET 7
Sergey Vasiliev
PVS-Studio 7.22 has been released. It includes plugins for Visual Studio Code and Qt Creator, support of .NET 7 projects analysis, enhanced Best Warnings filter and new diagnostic rules. Learn more information on the release in this short note.
Dec 14 2022
.NET 7: suspicious places and errors in the source code
Sergey Vasiliev
.NET 7 has been released! It's time for us to dig into its source code and start looking for errors and strange code fragments. In this article, you'll see comments on our findings from the .NET developers. After all, they know the platform code better than anyone...
Dec 12 2022
PVS-Studio and RPCS3: the best warnings in one click
Alexander Kurenev
Best Warnings — the analyzer's mode that displays 10 most interesting warnings in the output window. We invite you to take a look at the updated Best Warnings mode on the example of the RPCS3 project check.
Dec 08 2022
PVS-Studio: 2 features for a quick start
Sergey Vasiliev
In this note I'll share with you some tips on how to easily start using PVS-Studio. Let's explore these two use cases: when you try the analyzer for the first time and when you integrate it into your project.
Dec 06 2022
Why are you doing my job? Types of people who don't write to support
Alena Fokanova
The title of an article should be catchy and hint at its contents. So, over time a user support specialist might collect questions to the users. One of them looks like this: "Why are you doing my job?" — but it is a rather rhetorical question.
Nov 30 2022
How has LINQ performance enhanced in .NET 7?
Mikhail Evtihevich
New version of .NET enhanced the performance of the Min, Max, Average and Sum methods for arrays and lists. How much do you think their execution speed has increased? 2x or 5x? No, they got even faster. Let's see how that was achieved.
Nov 23 2022
Holy C++
In this article, I'll try to list all things that we can throw out of C++ without remorse. This won't cost us anything but will reduce the standard (and our headaches), take the burden off the compiler developers and students who learn this language — and thus will...
Nov 16 2022
What 's new in .NET 7?
Artem Rovenskii
.NET 7 is now available, which means that we can enjoy all sorts of new features and enhancements. Let's talk about the most interesting improvements: C# 11, containers, performance, GC, and so on.
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