FORTRAN - decompiler question ?
I'm wondering if anybody out there has a program to decompile a FORTRAN program. I'm using Compaq Visual FORTRAN to compile and debug existing programs. My problem is, however, that I've got an older FORTRAN program, which I need some code from. It's in FORTRAN 90 language.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
you can't decompile any compiled program.
Because in the act of compiling, you turn the written code, in your case, FORTRAN, into machine code, also known as binary, which is a stream of 1's and 0's. If its a high tech program, i dont think you'll be able to find the source code for it...and thats your best bet, finding the source code.hope it helps...
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