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Assembly Language on RISC to c program conversion

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Any tools for conversion of assembly language on RISC 32 bit architecture to high level c language
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Question by:ThummalaRaghuveer
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Hi ThummalaRaghuveer,
That's a tricky thing to do at best.
Even if you then get portable C code (unlikely), you'll end up with a RISC32 emulator.
You'll never get a high-level algorithm back this way.

Which 32bit RISC architecture are you talking about?

Cheers!

Stefan
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I think you won't find such tool. Best practice is to re-engineer it by building a flow-chart diagram and recoding it in C language.
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