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Static Code Analysis Using PVS-Studio /…

Static Code Analysis Using PVS-Studio // Static Code Analysis For Java, C++, and C# // Thetips4you

Sep 03 2020

Author: Thetips4you

Hello Friends, Welcome back to my channel. If you have seen my previous videos we have gone through how to make use of SonarQube for static code analysis and Vulnerability management. In this tutorial, I am going to introduce to you another tool called PVS studio. Lets talk about Static code analysis little bit before we get in to the tool. Static code analysis is the process of detecting errors and flaws in the source code of programs. Static analysis can be considered as a process of automated code review.The main advantage of static code analysis is the opportunity to greatly reduce the cost of eliminating defects in a program. The earlier an error is detected, the less expensive it is to correct it.



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