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decompiler

A program that converts machine language back into a high-level source language. The resulting code may be very difficult to maintain as variables and routines are named generically: A0001, A0002, etc. See disassembler.
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The ease of decompiling Android binaries has created an abundance of free reverse engineering tools, enabling hackers to submit modified versions of popular Google Play applications to third-party marketplaces.
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The volume explores the wealth of automatic features in this decompiling tool and discusses in detail the user's interactive role in successfully retrieving usable source code from compiled executables.
1992) (finding that decompiling a video game program to determine its functional interface was "fair use").
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3: Specifically state in the franchise agreement that the franchisee is prohibited from "reverse engineering," decompiling or disassembling any items embodying the licensed trade secrets.
Often such licenses prohibit the buyer from duplicating, reverse engineering, decompiling or modifying the software, or installing it on more than one computer.