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Existing research suggests that a considerable fraction (5-10%) of the source code of large-scale computer programs is duplicate code (" clones "). Detection and removal of such clones promises decreased software maintenance costs of possibly the same magnitude. Previous work was limited to detection of either near-misses differing only in single lexems, or(More)
Code clones are the codes which have same code in the system and so it is difficult to locate all the same codes in the system when any change is to be done. Researchers have proved that almost 70% of the effort done during maintenance is just because of the occurrence the clones in the system. A number of approaches had been given earlier to detect various(More)
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