Colin Jeanne wrote:Decompiling into machine code is easy but not always very useful. Decompiling into source code edges towards impossibility for C and C++ programs.
LudoSanders wrote:Not sure what you mean with 'lines', but if you want to modify something like strings or variable names or some other stuff, often a HEX editor will do. For example if your code is like:
std::cout << "hello world!\n";
And you compile it, you can open the executable file, with some hex editor and you will see something like this:
h t t p://img98.imageshack.us/img98/3189/hexeditorsr0.jpg
and you can simply replace the string that i highlighted there.
(not sure if you can 'insert' symbols, but you can make it longer than the original as long as there is room for it. (00's in HEX, and make sure you end your string with '0a' in HEX)
Another popular program to modify / analize programs with is "Ollydbg" (www . ollydbg . de) though that requires ASM knowledge so i can't help you with that..
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