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Pascal decompiler

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Where can I get a decompiler for Pascal .exe files.

Thanks in advance.......

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by:Mathias
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Which decompiler do you want?

- little bit source and assembler
- assembler file which you can compile with tasm and tlink

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If you're looking for a decompiler which gives you the Pascal source starting solely with a .EXE, you can stop dreaming: there's nothing like that, not only for Pascal, but for no high-level language compiler.

Now, if you want to get an assembler source starting from ANY .EXE, then you can look into that URL TDS showed you, or to search for the ton of disassemblers spared all over the Net.
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mattdaimon earned 30 total points
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There is NO Pascal decompiler.
Because when you compile your program not only all names of variables and your comments are lost, but all your(and library) sophisticated data structures are made just thrash. You can only disassemble text and then analyze it by yourself.
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you can't decomp to pascal but u can convert to asm using sourcer disassembler
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