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Disassembler: Converts machine code (executable binary) to human readable Assembly code. Decompiler: Converts machine code (executable binary) to higher level languages such as C/C++.


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In addition to other answers, my take is that "Reverse Engineering" from executable code means "get the source code from the executable code". With that definition, if the program being reverse engineered was written in C, we need a C decompiler to effectively reverse engineer it; similarly, if it was written in Java, we need a Java ...


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The first one is a function pointer in a virtual function table. The second two are x64 exception metadata included by the compiler.


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