As far I know that stripped binaries when we decompile it we can't know what most of functions (
sub_XXXXXX) really do becuase they are not part of the binary's symbol table, so the names are automatically generated by IDA which called Dummy names
Dummy names are automatically generated by IDA. They are used to denote subroutines, program locations and data. >> https://www.hex-rays.com/products/ida/support/idadoc/609.shtml
Yesterday I reverse-engineered a program and I used IDA Decompiler to see how the program works and i notices the dummy (functions) names, one of them after many hours trying to spot the implementation
I found out (accidentally) that it was strtol's implementation
So is there a tricks/tips or tools maybe like FIRST (https://talosintelligence.com/first) to let us know what these functions are ?
P.S: The question is not exclusive to IDA