I am presently working on some Visual C/C++ codes that need upgrading and
increase in efficiency. Some previous people who worked on the codes made
significant number of improvements, and created various application programs
that are available. Unfortunately, they did not provide the source code
files that go with these applications, which they should have. However,
I do have the source files that go with the earliest versions of the applications,
and they can be compiled and run, after some bugs are removed.
My question is, is there a way of reverse engineering the executable (.exe)
code, which includes a .dll file? As I already have earlier versions of
the source files, which include redundant code that is not used in those
versions, but at least some of it is used in the later applications, it should
be easier than starting from scratch. Incidentally, the later versions were
compiled using the release option.
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