|decompilers for Borland C 2.5 firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert Eineigl) (1996-05-21)|
|Re: decompilers for Borland C 2.5 email@example.com (1996-05-24)|
|From:||Robert Eineigl <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||21 May 1996 16:19:55 -0400|
|Organization:||Redmond Technology Partners|
Please muffle your scornful derision for a second!
It is not my source code that is unavailable; the situation is the result of
a programmer leaving under a cloud and taking his toys and source home with
So, I am looking for a tool to decompile the executable written in Borland C
I am aware that disassemblers exist that result in assembly code minus all
symbolic/friendly names for functions and variable names.
I found a reference to a C decompiler at:
Has anyone used the dcc tool referenced on this page or heard of any other
such tools (C decompilers)?
Any constructive comments welcomed.
[I have never seen an '86 decompiler that did anything more than generate
assembler in C syntax. -John]
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