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Posts: C++ articles

May 30 2023
60 terrible tips for a C++ developer
Andrey Karpov
In this article, you're going to find 60 terrible coding tips — and explanations of why they are terrible. It's a fun and serious piece at the same time. No matter how terrible these tips look...
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Apr 11 2023
GPT-3 detected 213 Security Vulnerabilities... Or it did not
Andrey Karpov
This text is a detailed commentary on the article "I Used GPT-3 to Find 213 Security Vulnerabilities in a Single...
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Mar 09 2023
64-bit errors: LONG, LONG_PTR and blast from the past
Andrey Karpov
64-bit errors are a thing of the bygone days. Very few developers are porting code from a 32-bit to a 64-bit system these days. Those who needed it have already ported their programs. Those who...
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Feb 14 2023
Captain Blood's adventures: would Arabella sink?
Vladislav Stolyarov
We recently found out that the source code of the Captain Blood game (formerly known as Age of Pirates: Captain Blood) has been opened. We couldn't pass it up so we checked the game's quality...
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Feb 07 2023
C++ subtleties: so, you've declared a class...
Sergey Larin
Our team constantly encounters some C++ features that may be unknown to some developers. In this article, we're going to learn how a seemingly typical feature — class forward declarations ...
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Under the hood of SAST: how code analysis tools look for security flaws
Sergey Vasiliev
Here we'll discuss how SAST solutions find security flaws. I'll tell you about different and complementary approaches to detecting potential vulnerabilities, explain why each of them is...
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Jan 17 2023
Falsehoods programmers believe about undefined behavior
Guest
Undefined behavior (UB) is a tricky concept in programming languages and compilers. I've heard many misconceptions about what the compiler guarantees in the presence of UB. This is unfortunate...
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Dec 29 2022
Top 10 bugs found in C++ projects in 2022
Vladislav Stolyarov
New Year is coming! It means, according to tradition, it's time to recall 10 of the most interesting warnings that PVS-Studio found during...
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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...
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Nov 23 2022
Holy C++
Guest
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...
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