Thank you for your interest in trying out Intelligent Code Repair for C.
The best way to understand how iCR C works is to see it operate on substantial C programs that are readily available for analysis.
A simple and convenient way to accomplish this is to take advantage the broad suite of test programs available on the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Website. NIST has created the SAMATE (Software Assurance Metrics And Tool Evaluation) database used to benchmark code analysis services. This makes it ideal for you to apply iCR to a variety of test programs to see what iCR can uncover and repair. OpenRefactory’s “testing ground” will give you access to sample programs from the SAMATE Benchmark site so that you can see for yourself how iCR C works.
To gain access to the OpenRefactory testing ground, please enter your contact information in the iCR C box and we will send you the link to the test site.