- n. Plural form of disassembler.
“Sen Clinton's demise will appear honorable next to what will befall the disassemblers of our govt.”
“Perhaps if the dissembling disassemblers are prosecuted for, well, gutting the Constitution, as well as green-lighting constitutionally-prohibited torture (it's that treaty thing) and committing war crimes, then maybe it could rise, phoenix-like, after all.”
“Without the source code(the step by step derivation of the proof), one has to use disassemblers (digging into the exposition)to figure out how it works.”
“They're the grand molecular disassemblers of nature -- the soil magicians.”
““It appears that the Heran ship attacked the Bird-of-Prey with nanite disassemblers,” he said.”
“· These are "smart" disassemblers with many features to assist in the generation of complete symbolic/commented ASM source from binary machine code.”
“Such were some of the discoveries made by the intrepid kit-disassemblers, parts-suppliers, and crackerjack troubleshooters at tear-down of Apple's long-awaited - overdue?”
“The APIs can be used for writing custom native runtime hosts, compilers, disassemblers, obfuscators, debuggers, and profilers, etc., which will target the.”
“Tools used to reverse engineer a game include debuggers, disassemblers, and network protocol analyzers (packet sniffers).”
“For e.g. disassemblers, decompilers, debuggers etc. books”
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