Decompiler Design - Advanced Topics
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In the Beginner and in the Intermediate sections we have considered the basic algorithms that make up a standard decompiler.
In this Advanced section we re-examine some of the topics with a focus on decompiling real-world random programs.
In the Intermediate section we have considered how to decompile some basic sequences of isolated code, without considering some of the most difficult problems. Here we look at some of these problems. They are:
We'll consider these problems and propose a solution, with the understanding that there may not be a solution or that some user intervention may be required, since not all of these can be solved in a purely automatic way.
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