looking for QuickBASIC decompiler

Michal & Mary Jane Rumsey <DeJay@winthrop.slic.com>
17 Dec 1995 00:44:12 -0500

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From: Michal & Mary Jane Rumsey <DeJay@winthrop.slic.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 17 Dec 1995 00:44:12 -0500
Organization: St. Lawrence Internet Connection
Keywords: question, comment

I have spent much time developing a program for shareware using PDS7 and
am finally ready to distribute it; however I won't do this until I have a
printed copy of the sourcecode I used to generate the executables (as
could be expected). During a new hard drive installation, I lost the
sourcecode but maintain the executable and all other support files.

Can anyone help me to regenerate the source from the Executable and/or
support source files I still have? _Any_ help would be greatly
appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  - Michal Rumsey, DeJay@winthrop.slic.com
[Despite many requests, I've never seen any reports of an x86 decompiler that
did anything useful. -John]

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