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'[PIC]:Best way to disassemble a hex file'
The subject says it all. I have a hex file and need to disassemble it.
What is the best way to do that?
On 8/13/05, John Nall <gmail.com> wrote: jwnall
> The subject says it all. I have a hex file and need to disassemble it.
> What is the best way to do that?
It only handles a few PIC types (12C509A, 12F675, 16F84A, 16F628,
16F877), but my PICDIS program does very well, and is open source
to boot (so you can add PIC types).
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Whoa! Three replies, on a Saturday afternoon! Don't you guys ever
Thanks much for the info. I have enough now to go on I think. I'll
just tell you what this is all about, for grins. I wrote a really neat
program back a few years ago, on an 18F452, and then lost the source
because I got a virus and had to wind up dipping the harddisk in
kerosene (figuratively speaking). So I wanted to try and see if I could
read the hex from the chip (which I did, thanks to Wisp628) and now if
I can just disassamble it I should be able to get my source back again
(it was in assembly language).
Thanks again, and have a good weekend.
> Whoa! Three replies, on a Saturday afternoon! Don't you guys ever
> sleep? :-)
Ha ! Sleep is for zzzzzzzzzzzz..............
John Nall wrote :
>...I should be able to get my source
Hm, you'll get something out of it,
but never *your* source,
Chen Xiao Fan
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