Static Analysis for Code Quality


Static Analysis is the technique used to analyze the software without executing the same. It helps to look at issues that are there with in the Source Code even before it gets executed. Find some reading on Static Code Analysis here from Wikipedia.

Static Analysis also used to publish some of the Software Metrics. For example, KLOC, Cyclomatic Complexity will be captured through Static Analysis.

The following are some the links to Static Analysis Tools

  1. List of Tools from wikipedia
  2. List of Tools from Testing FAQs
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5 Comments on “Static Analysis for Code Quality”


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