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gavco98    387
I am trying to dissasemble an exe, and have managed to use a good utility to convert it to asm. Unfortunately i do not understand asm, only c++. Is there any way to convert asm to c++, and if not how can i dissasemble straight to c++? Thanks for your help G Coates ------------------------------------------------------------
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jenova    122
nope, because compilers compile code differently. a really good utility to use for dissassembling Win32 image and object files is "dumpbin.exe" which comes with Visual Studio. assembly language instructions are pretty intuative, tho. (i.e. "add eax, ebx" means add the value of register "ebx" to register "eax" and store the result in "eax").

hope this helps.

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spock    217
You can''t disassemble straight to C++. There is a way to convert assembly to C++, but it''s expensive and time consuming: hire a programmer and let him do the conversion.

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gavco98    387
cheers for the quick responses!

I dont have any money to hire a programmer

Im sure it must be possible to convert asm into its equivelent C++ code, but i doubt the cpp code would be in a form that would compile. There must be a utility out there somewhere...

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