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10 Code Search Engines

Posted by Charles | October 8, 2008 .

The best thing about the web is that someone somewhere has done something you are trying to do. If you are a developer, here are the 10 places you can find those code that someone had done it.

  1. Google Code Search
  2. Krugle
  3. Byte My Code
  4. Dzone Snippets
  5. Code Fetch
  6. Codase
  7. Snipplr
  8. O’reilly Code Search
  9. JSourcery
  10. Merobase

Do you have some other places to search and find the code?

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  1. Adam  October 8, 2008 6:03 pm

    I most the time use Koders.com. They seem to have a lot of C#/C/C++ code around and give you pretty good results. Also they have an awesome Visual Studio plugin that does searches ‘in the background’ while you define new methods (based on method signatures and params).

    -az

  2. Moxie  October 8, 2008 8:57 pm

    @Adam: I really like the plugin idea that actively searching for similar code so that you don’t have to repeat the same coding. That’s clever and proactive. Wish there is something similar for Eclipses based programming.

  3. Sergi  October 9, 2008 1:07 am
  4. Libin Pan  October 9, 2008 1:16 pm

    Thanks for the sharing!

    Just want to add github.com if someone is looking for Ruby code.

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