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> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Decompiler?
> Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 02:18:51 -0800
> On Sun February 21 2010 23:42:19 Hadi Motamedi wrote:
> > Thanks . As I don't want to completely analyze the whole of the program and
> > I just want to find the exact syntax of an specific command that is being
> > exchanged between my Debian and the remote network element , can you please
> > let me know which de-compiler can I use to de-compiler just that small
> > subroutine segment part ?
> If the protocol is open documented, read the documentation.
> Otherwise if the program is open source, download the source.
> (Sometimes the source is more accurate than the documentation.)
> Otherwise see if you can find an open source program that does
> the same thing, and read its source.
> Otherw ise you're the decompiler (unless you can persuade somebody
> else to decompile it for you).
> --Mike Bird
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Thank you very much for your reply . It seems that I cannot pursue further from this point on . So please consider this case as closed .
Thank you again
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