I am interested in having a small .hex program decompiled. We are not sure what it was originally written in since the code was written in the late 1980’s / early 1990’s to run on an old 80/80 processor.
the original files are buried on an old backup and I don’t want to search for it. I just want to look at the original code to assess some of the logic and then we will have it re-written for current microchip hardware.
I have a hex file (in standard hex it is 98kb and in Intel hex format it is 77kb) which was written in the late 1980's / early 1990's. It ran on an 80/80 processor which are no longer made. I am going to have the entire code re-written based on the original engineering specifications but, I want to look at some of the logic of the original code. I need to have this hex file decompiled. The guy who original wrote it has Alzheimer's and sadly has lost his memory. I do NOT need to have the variables re-named, whatever the decompile auto names them will be fine for what I need to do, Im not going to use this source code file to re-compile again. This is not a rush but I'd like to move this along.