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QuickBasic Disassembler

Greetings
I've an old Program with a few bad habits that wrote in QuickBasic,(I've since switch to C++). I'd like to take another run at it but I can't find the project file (Lost in format C: episode perhapps), Is there a Program disassembler for QuickBasic???

Thank You
Stoic Joker


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  • : Greetings
    : I've an old Program with a few bad habits that wrote in QuickBasic,(I've since switch to C++). I'd like to take another run at it but I can't find the project file (Lost in format C: episode perhapps), Is there a Program disassembler for QuickBasic???
    :
    : Thank You
    : Stoic Joker
    :

    Any disassembler will work (nasm has one for free), but you'll get assembly code instead of QB code. If it's a QB decompiler you want, then no there isn't one.


  • : : Greetings
    : : I've an old Program with a few bad habits that wrote in QuickBasic,(I've since switch to C++). I'd like to take another run at it but I can't find the project file (Lost in format C: episode perhapps), Is there a Program disassembler for QuickBasic???
    : :
    : : Thank You
    : : Stoic Joker
    : :
    :
    : Any disassembler will work (nasm has one for free), but you'll get assembly code instead of QB code. If it's a QB decompiler you want, then no there isn't one.
    :

    why not use a hex editor?



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