This class is meant to parse a PHP script to determine how each variable is used and detect eventual bugs.
Note that this class just points probable misusage of the variables. You still have to check the code to confirm whether it is really a bug or a false bug report.
This class is capable of telling:
* Name of the variables
* Number of uses
* Number of assigments, operations, comparisions, concatenations, use as a subitem, use as an object, use as an array, or as a parameter.
* It presents the possible warning or error that found in the code.
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|Detecting and fixing programming bugs can be a tedious and time consuming task, especially when the bugs are subtle or hard to reproduce.
This class provides a solution to analyze and detect eventual sources of bugs in PHP scripts that are due to misusage of variables.
The systematic use of solutions like the one provided by this class, may reduce the cost of fixing bugs in PHP code, even at an early stages before the symptoms of the bugs are detected.
This practice may contribute to the general improvement of PHP software quality and training developers to obtain skills in automatic bug prevention.
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