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Description

JmlOk2 is a tool for detecting and classifying nonconformances in contract-based programs, tailored by Java/JML.

More details can be found in tool's website: http://massoni.computacao.ufcg.edu.br/home/jmlok

Code Quality Rank: L2
Programming language: Java

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