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It's not really working, but I'm not sure what is wrong. More information could help give more specific answers like what exactly is the behavior of the original program and what behavior is your compiled code producing? Have you compiled your program and compared the output assembly to see where it is similar and where it differs? I would also suggest on ...


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Many years ago, I wrote a lengthy answer explaining why it is generally impossible for decompilers to produce C code that compiles for arbitrary input binaries. There is a lot of manual work in your future.


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Reko maintainer here. You could give Reko a try (https://github.com/uxmal/reko). Like the other decompilers you've tried, it won't generate immediately compileable code, for a vast number of reasons. However, open source projects usually appreciate constructive user feedback. You could try running Reko (or any other decompiler) on your binary, and then ...


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Type typical use of meta data in .NET assemblies is documented here Metadata describes every type and member defined in your code in a language-neutral manner. Metadata stores the following information: Description of the assembly. Identity (name, version, culture, public key) The types that are exported. Other assemblies that this assembly depends on ...


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