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I tried to decompile (Pseudocode) a big function into binary with Ida Pro 7.7 but I got error :

The graph is too big (more than 1000 nodes) to be displayed on the screen.
Switching to text mode.
(you can change this limit in the graph options dialog)

What can I do to decompile that function?

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  • It's decompiled, but it's to big to be seen on the screen. Your text view is the function decompiled
    – raspiduino
    Jul 19 at 16:17
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    From this post: After some digging around it seems that in later versions of IDA it's possible to adjust the parameter under Options->General->Graph->Max nodes. However in the free version this options wasn't introduced. I hope this helps.
    – raspiduino
    Jul 19 at 16:21
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    That message comes up when you try to view the graph of a large function (with spacebar), not when you decompile it (TAB or F5). Which are you trying to do: view the graph of a function, or decompile it? (Pick one of the two; you can't do both at the same time, not in the same window pane at least.) Jul 20 at 0:56

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