Ah... ok. So it uses the same method as doing a code search. Wouldn't it just be easier to review the code so that you don't have to filter through all of the duplication that such a method will generate? Also, that will only capture the code that's currently being used. It may not capture code that's not frequently used.
And, yeah... I agree... no matter what, a secondary filter is absolutely necessary. Hopefully such a filter isn't the same human that wrote the code to begin with.
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