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assembly to C / C++ / VC++ conversion tool !!!

karthik bala guru
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Hi ,
kindly tell me a good
assembly to c/c++ conversion tool.

tonnes of thanx in advance,
karthik bala guru
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Mark McIntyre
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On 17 Nov 2004 22:31:47 -0800, in comp.lang.c , Removed)
(karthik bala guru) wrote:

>Hi ,
>kindly tell me a good
>assembly to c/c++ conversion tool.

This isn't topical here, since we only discuss C. Also, there are a hundred
different assembly languages, as many as there are chip types, so there's
no single answer.

You need to ask in a group specialising in your hardware and OS platform.
Be warned, there may be no answer.
Mark McIntyre
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