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Potential memory leak inside for loop due to stackalloc CS-W1025
Bug risk

A stackalloc expression allocates a block of memory on the stack and is cleaned up only when the controller exits the method. Placing a stackalloc expression inside a loop continuously allocates memory and does not let it get discarded despite the controller exiting the loop's scope. It is therefore recommended that you rethink your approach.

Audit required: Test is ignored CS-A1005
Bug risk

The [Ignore] attribute is used to ignore a specific test's final result. This is usually done in situations where the test is failing, either due to the fault in the test itself, or that the logic that is being tested is at fault and is not behaving as per requirement. Because this indicates a potential flaw within your application, it is recommended that you fix it as soon as possible.

Audit required: Warning disabled explicitly CS-A1006
Bug risk

Preprocessor directives allow you to suppress warnings for a specific section of the code. This is usually done either because the warning is a false positive or that the code itself is flawed. In case this is a valid warning, consider addressing the root cause behind it rather than suppressing it.

Consider discarding empty blocks CS-R1012
Bug risk

Empty blocks do not necessarily add any value to the codebase and should be discarded if possible. Therefore, it is recommended that you either discard this empty block or refactor it accordingly.

Abrupt application exit CS-W1005
Bug risk

Using Environment.Exit(0) terminates the application abruptly in a potentially unsafe manner. An application should always try to quit gracefully irrespective of whether it encounters an error or not. If your application has to terminate, ensure that it implements the required cleanup/dispose methods to at least safely dispose off the resources that it has acquired/locked to the extent possible and then exit cleanly/gracefully.