how to view unmanaged C dll?

Hi All,
I have a unmanaged C dll and would like to know how I can view it. I know Reflector can be used to view managed dlls, but my dll does not have CLI header, it is a pure C dll......
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Daniel Van Der WerkenIndependent ConsultantCommented:
dumpbin /exports
should give you what the dll exports out for use such as something you might want to use PInvoke on.


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hamid441Author Commented:
Hey Dan7el,
Thanks for your prompt answer. I was able to view the functions inside the dll. Do you know if there is a way to view the structs in the dll? My dll has many typedef struct {...}, and I would like to view them as well....
hamid441Author Commented:
Also, It would be nice to view function params...
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Try Dependency Walker:

That's an easy way. But it is not enough to see a structure or the parameters.

Just for your info OllyDbg:

Reverse engineering is not an easy task.
Daniel Van Der WerkenIndependent ConsultantCommented:
There is really no way to do what you want without the symbol files and using a debugger.

evilrixSenior Software Engineer (Avast)Commented:
Once compiled, there is no way to get back to the original C/C++ code. Your best bet is to use a disassembler.

A really great free one is IDAPro

...but you will need to know how to use such a tool and it is not a trivial task by any mean!
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