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Visual C++ 6 decompiler

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Hello!

Do you know any good Visual C++ 6 decompiler?

Thanks from now!
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Thanks ispaleny.

IDA is dissambler.

Boomerang never finishes it's process... I generetes some codes which is too near to assembly language and never finishes it's process... It waits in for example 6% or 50%

Do you know any other?
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Thanks Dime... That program works so good... But I need better one... It do not decompiles MOST important function that I need in dll for me...

Please advice and tell me some more better tools!
Thanks from now!
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ispaleny, thank you too... Do you know any other better sofware like that one Dime said?
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I'm glad you like REC :)

Ok this is not a C++ decompiler, but you might find it usefull for inspecting DLLs for example ...
It is commercial software however (not freeware) ...

http://www.pe-explorer.com/

A good C++ decmpiler is hard to find ...
I once found something for Windows executables that seemed like a C++ decompiler, but i lost the link ... :(
I will try to find it again...
It even created classes !!! (Not with the original names, that's impossible !!!), but however it produced
somewhat nice decompiled C/C++ code.
But it was some time ago, i don't quite remember if it worked very well ...
OK, however, you gave me motivation to search for it again ! :)

If i have something better i will tell you.
Till then ...
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Thanks alot Dime...
I just have 1 DLL that I want to get list of functions in it (Rec did it) and I want to assembly or C source code of that function (Rec was unable to do it)

This is so important for me...
Thanks alot again Dime... I'll wait for you...

Regards
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Hi again CSecurity,

I didn't find the C++ decompiler i told you about yet, but i found a link with many tools on the subject that i think you might find useful...

http://www.thefreecountry.com/programming/disassemblers.shtml

I will continue my search about the C++ decompiler ...

Regards
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Thanks alot Dime... I'll take a look at link you gave me
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Here is yet another link with lot's of links on the subject ...

http://www.freebyte.com/programming/assembler/#freedisassemblers

Sorry i don't have a straight answer, but i haven't found the C++ decompiler yet.
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Thanks alot!

Finally I got this:

Rec - so good for producing C code.
IDA - BEST dissambler

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