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Varbide C++ For noob

Discussion in 'C++' started by Vam, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. Vam

    Vam New Member

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    Hello everyone. I need to see the code of a program written for the s60 series phones just like I see it when I write it down. It's a .sis file which I have opened with unmakesis and contained 2 .rsc files 2 .mbm and 2 with no conclusion. I have downloaded carbide C++ with the necessary IDE but nothing readable contained. Can this happen?
    If this question is too simple (or too complicated) to be answered here please redirect me at another site.
     
  2. anantwakode

    anantwakode New Member

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    Hi,


    Always it is difficult to reengineer to sourse code, as the final output is in binary/machin level language. and need extensive knowledge of assembly language.

    for your problem do following steps !

    1) Study .sis and related file format e.g mbm , so that you can extract the assembly code from executable file.
    2) Study instruction set of the processor for which that executable is built (ARM Processor)


    -Anant
     

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