Assembly - Disassembler

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A disassembler outputs an instruction listing from a file.

  • A disassembler don't give you back the original source code, whereas a decompiler does.
  • A debugger do the same thing but permits to watch instructions execute step by step, inspect values in memory, and so on.
  • An assembler translates the assembly code into device instruction


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A program called an assembler translates the text file with assembler code into binary strings that a device can understand See also the reverse action: An s may also support many pseudo-instructions....
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Pseudo-instructions are not real machine instructions. They are extended mnemonics that are not available in the original instruction set and are implemented by the assembler Many CPU's do not have...
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is a disassembler that displays information object files. It is mostly used for inspecting assembly code where the following options: d (Default) only displays assembled contents of executable...

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