AntiCutAndPaste for Linux an application designed to compare the differences between 2 source code, so that the manager knows what others have changed with the original text. This application can run sources such as C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, Java, and C#.
AntiCutAndPaste for Linux is a tool for Linux to search for copied code. When you publish a web page, it will be annoying if someone copies your programming patterns, AntiCutAndPaste will help you detect plagiarized code.
AntiCutAndPaste on Linux is extremely comparable, processing up to 50,000 lines of C++ code quickly in just one second. This application is compatible with all text types and source code types C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, Java, C#.
AntiCutAndPaste returns reports sorted by size, helping you examine in more detail. This application displays the same number of paragraphs, with this function you will also quickly recognize how copied paragraphs are. AntiCutAndPaste also shows where there are similar words or phrases, specifically which page is bad and in what line. The report is presented clearly, in detail and arranged in an order according to the same paragraph size.
AntiCutAndPaste has a very simple interface, but all information is shown in great detail and clearly. With AntiCutAndPaste, users can see what they need through the suspicious results report. In addition, you can customize the reporting mode of AntiCutAndPaste as desired. This application has been optimized with Intel code to help run faster.
Key features of AntiCutAndPaste for Linux:
– Help users compare, check the differences between 2 selected source code
– Word processing and source code functions as fast as 50,000 lines of C++/sec code
– Can run text files and programming languages C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, Java, C#
– Reports are arranged in a clear and scientific sequence
– Can customize the report as desired.