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Get to Know the PVS-Studio Static Analyzer for Java

 
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The PVS-Studio analyzer has proved itself as a reliable tool among C++ and C# developers in quite some time, whereas for Java audience PVS-Studio is still a newcomer. Many haven't even heard of the analyzer, and those who had, aren't quite familiar with all its abilities. So this article introduces PVS-Studio Java to you, talk about the ways to start it and its abilities.
 
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