|Fortran Decompiler email@example.com (Enzo) (2002-10-24)|
|Date:||24 Oct 2002 23:59:23 -0400|
|Keywords:||Fortran, question, comment|
|Posted-Date:||24 Oct 2002 23:59:23 EDT|
I would like to know if there are any fortran decompiler to have back
the source file starting from the executable. I am working on a code
of which I have lost the source due to irreversible hard disk failure
(and I didn't make any backup).
The code is some thousand lines long; I have written it with Compaq
Visual Fortran on Windows NT.
Since I will have to do again all the work if I don't find a way to
sort it out, any help would be useful, even if the results would be
partial or scarcely understandable (at least it would make the
thanks in advance
[I would be pretty surprised to find a useful Fortran decompiler. There
have been a few for C. See the archives. And now you know why some of
us back everything up to tape every night. -John]
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