An interesting piece of news for the developers using Visual Studio 2017. PVS-Studio team checked Visual C++ libraries and wrote an article about the bugs they found in the source code. This article could be both informative and useful for reading. It gives recommendations about the code improvement and some tips, for example, about the correct usage of #pragma warning directive.

This is not first experiment on checking Visual C++ libraries. PVS-Studio team can find bugs in the Visual C++ 2012 Libraries and Visual C++ 2013 Libraries. There was a long pause after these checks and a tweet of one of Visual C++ developers reminded me that it's time to think about Visual C++ 2017 Libraries.

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