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Disassembly a DLL?

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Hi,
 I have a DLL written with MSVC.
It is possible to get the source code of the DLL back or at least get the interfaces? Where would I find such a tool???
Thanks !!!

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You can use DUMPBIN /exports to get a list of exported functions.  If the functions are C++ you can work out how the approximate parameters from the names.

You can't get C or C++ back, but you can get assembler using a disassembler like Sourcer.  If you are good at assembler you can figure out the approximate C/C++ code
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