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i have been trying to decompile a program that i made. When I use hexdump or hex editor I get the hexadecimal, binary, and octal formations of the executables. But ...
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    configuring hexdump or hexeditor to get assembly codes


    i have been trying to decompile a program that i made. When I use hexdump or hex editor I get the hexadecimal, binary, and octal formations of the executables. But I want to get the assembly codes. Please some one tell me how can I configure any of these softwares to get the assembly code or if any other open source software exists.

    I am currently using suse 11.

    thanks a lot in advance

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    The assembler nasm comes with a disassembler
    called ndisasm

    The Netwide Assembler: NASM

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcgreen View Post
    The assembler nasm comes with a disassembler
    called ndisasm

    The Netwide Assembler: NASM
    thanks a lot for the information.. it really helped...

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