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Analyzing Java Code in IntelliJ using P…

Analyzing Java Code in IntelliJ using PVS-Studio Analyzer | How to find bugs in your Java Code

Oct 07 2020

Author: Java Coding Community - Programming Tutorials

If you have been programming for a while, you know the worst thing that can happen to you is one little bug inside your code that you can’t find. It is so frustrating and time consuming and can really demotivate you from coding. So, Today I am going to show you how to find bugs and security issues in your Java code using a tool called PVS-Studio Analyzer that can be installed really simply in your IntelliJ Idea IDE and its really simple to use.

PVS-Studio is a tool for detecting bugs and security weaknesses in the source code of programs, written in C, C++, C# and Java but I will focus on Java today. It works on windows mac and linux so you don’t have to worry about that.

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