Self-explanatory. How does this work?
I have a piece of assembly code, which I derived from another C code, using the MinGW compiler, and CMD. (Please do not ask why I derived it.)
My goal is to convert this assembly code to C/C++ code, with the use of any application, like a decompiler?
What I have tried:
CMD code for that program:
gcc -s -o main.s main.c
I have the .s file (assembly file), currently, which seems to be quite useless, unless convertible.
BTW, I know that decompliers aren't the most accurate, but it's a start, and yes, Assembly to C converters seem to be useless, I know.
I hope, you could provide me some viable solutions, for my goal. Forgive me if I have made any errors in my question or the logic in this program.