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Is there any language or way to write a program that is about 10000 lines in such a way that it can't be re-engineered by decompiling it ? What options are available to pursue ?

Thank you for your time..

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Is there any language or way to write a program that is about 10000 lines in such a way that it can't be re-engineered by decompiling it ? What options are available to pursue ?

Thank you for your time..

C++ isn't really decompilable, it's possible to turn the machine code back to C-Instructions with meaningless variable names, but nobody will get anywhere with a 10000 line program.

Edited by William Hemsworth: n/a

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In my opinion, I think it's possible to decompile an .exe into a somewhat hackish assembly code.... where if a person has a lot of time on their hands, could do a translation from assembly to a higher level lanaguage. (which of course, would probably not even be close to the original code... even if the person knew which language it was coded in.)

Edited by Clinton Portis: n/a

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