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Thread: Java and C programs reverse engineering
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picon face BY : wouter van ooijen & floortje hanneman email (remove spam text)



> Assuming that a disassembler (called decompiler) matched to the particular
> compiler that was used exists (and not any disassembler), it is possible
> to reconstruct the C source, or at least its functional equivalent in C,
> minus the variable and function names.

If this is possible at all the result would also lack all macro definitions
and invocations, which might well render the result useless (at least it
would for most C programs I write).

Wouter van Ooijen
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