Uncompiler?

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    Question Uncompiler

    is there a uncompiler for c n c++?

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    I just searched for it, but I didn't find any, but I don't think there is any...I could be wrong
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    there r

    i am pretty sure there r for x n c++ but u just need the right keywords (u know wat i mean)

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    damn it still a juior member lol
    neway ans my ?

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    At best all you'll end up with is the ASM output.

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    I would like to add on to Quzah's comments on the great uncompiler discussion. If you can't acquire the source code for the program you are trying to uncompile, do yourself a favor and let it go.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    never!

    i will never let go of my code(took billions of nanosec) never i say never!!!
    i want the UNCOMPILER!!!!!!!!!

    or atelast a hexdump program........thats gona take time...

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    there's no "uncompiler" that'll will give you the c/c++ source back.


    Is it just me or why do I see the "UNCOMPILER" post in every forum here??

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    do you mean disassembler ?

    if so, most of them I know of return pure ASM code.
    then try some code converting program out there.
    think only with code.
    write only with source.

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    You can't take a binary executable and get the original source code (without, of course, having the original source code). The best you can do, as Quzah stated, is use a disassembler (a program that turns binary instructions into assembly) to obtain assembly.

    You can take this assembly source file and convert it to C/C++, provided you find a utility to accomplish this. I remember seeing a program that did just that. Do a Google search for "ASM to C". I'm sure it will turn up something.

    Why do you need to get the source code, anyway?

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    No such thing as an uncompiler it's impossible.

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