How good is your Compiler?

How good is your Compiler?

If you are you relying too heavily on your compiler to identify coding defects, you may find your code isn’t maintainable or transferable. Even code that compiles without warnings may have errors associated with the implementation of the requirements. This paper explains why developers should not rely on the compiler’s syntax checking, but rather should use a dedicated tool that analyses the program’s flow against a set of coding rules if they want to ensure the quality of their software.



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