LLBMC: improved bounded model checking of C programs using LLVM . (Competition contribution). LLBMC is a tool for detecting bugs and runtime errors in C and C++ programs. It is based on bounded model checking using an SMT solver and thus achieves bit-accurate precision. A distinguishing feature of LLBMC in contrast to other bounded model checking tools for C programs is that it operates on a compiler intermediate representation and not directly on the source code.
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