Daily C++ Hints
Written by Sue Gee   
Thursday, 27 August 2015

CppHints.com is a new free resource for C++ developers that provides insights that should help you improve your understanding and avoid the pitfalls that others have fallen into.

The hints are provided by Andrey Karpov the CTO of Program Verification Systems and have been posted at the rate of one every business day since mid August.

The advice is based on bugs found in C/C++ code using PVS-Studio, the company's static code analysis tool.

 

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The PVS-Studio team has analyzed over 200 open-source projects including Unreal Engine, Php, Haiku, Qt, and even Linux finding bugs of varying severity in each one. The team regularly reports the results of its analysis on its blog and has also devised a C++ Quiz, see Test Your C++ Static Analysis Skills.

In C++ Hints, each post shows some incorrect code found in a specific project and provides a detailed explanation. Then you are shown the correct code together with a "recodementation" and tips for how top avoid falling into a similar trap.

You can subscribe to receive each new hint on a daily basis and there's an RSS feed.

You can also  visit cpphints.com to trawl through all the existing hints.

 


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Last Updated ( Thursday, 27 August 2015 )