Dr. Stark O. Verflo, M.D.
The patient has a broken leg.
This is how this statement looks in discussions on forums (this is a collective image):
I’ve written a special program, its size is 100 code lines. But the analyzer doesn’t generate anything although all the warning levels are enabled. This [tool of yours] / [static analysis] in general is just rubbish.
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No, they don’t. They actually want to solve some tasks of searching for particular language constructs. It is not the same thing as creating diagnostic rules.
The statement is rather strange. Dynamic and static analyses are just two different methodologies which supplement each other. Programmers seem to understand it, but I hear it again and again that dynamic analysis is better than static analysis.
Let me list advantages of static code analysis.
Today we will talk about the second myth about static analysis.
While communicating with people on forums, I noticed there are a few lasting misconceptions concerning the static analysis methodology. I decided to write a series of brief articles where I want to show you the real state of things.
Static code analysis is the process of detecting errors and defects in a software’s source code. Static analysis can be viewed as an automated code review process. Let’s speak about the code review now.