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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We present Joogie, a tool that detects infeasible code in Java programs. Infeasible code is code that does not occur on feasible control-flow paths and thus has no feasible execution. Infeasible code comprises many errors detected by static analysis in modern IDEs such as guaranteed null-pointer dereference or unreachable code. Unlike existing techniques, Joogie identifies infeasible code by proving that a particular statement cannot occur on a terminating execution using techniques from staticdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-31424-7_62 fatcat:snhuuvou2rb6nisit4rcs5vqcq