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HP 48 Disassemblers

The first size listed is the downloaded file size and the second size listed is the size on the calculator.


There are 13 files totaling 88KB in this category.

BUBU   (details) 48 ENG   18KB/17KB
A suite of programs for ML programming/disassembling.
By l.aprato@studenti.to.it. 1997/08/21

DASM   (details) 48 ENG   7KB/20KB
This library provides an HP-mnemonic disassembler.
By Jim Vaccaro. 2008/08/15

DECMP 2.1   (details) 48 ENG   2KB/2KB
Decompiler for the SX.
By S. Lajevardi (HPeed). 1998/02/26

DesAd 1.3   (details) 48 ENG   3KB/2KB
Machine language disassembler which transforms a disassembled code into a reassemblable source that's 100% compatible with ASM-> and UNASM.
By HPdream. 1997/08/21

DESAS   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/5KB
Machine language disassembler and debugger.
Author unknown. 1998/02/21

Desass 2.0   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/9KB
Machine language disassembler.
By P.CO and The Master. 1997/08/21

DISD   (details) 48 ENG   8KB/12KB
Directory that contains a Saturn disassembler and its many subroutines. The programs are written in RPL with the exception of Dave Kaffine's PEEK which is written in machine code.
By Kevin Pryor, John Gilbert, and Dave Marsh. 2008/08/15

DODIS   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/3KB
Machine language disassembler extracted from <-RPL48->.
By Raymond Del Tondo and Detlef Müller. 1998/07/15

FTL Desassembler   (details) 48 FRA   11KB/5KB
ScreenshotInteractive disassembler, with both SX and GX versions.
By HPdream. 2017/07/16

HPDebug   (details) 48 ENG   9KB/11KB
HPDebug: Desassembler 2.0.
By J. Stark and Christian Bourgeois. 1997/08/21

UNassemblor Light 2.0   (details) 48 ENG   8KB/4KB
Disassembler. Includes source code.
By Alexandre Raclot. 1997/12/05

UNASV 2.0   (details) 48 ENG   5KB/6KB
Machine language disassembler.
Unknown original author and David Winter (HPManiac). 2017/08/04

Uncoder   (details) 48 ENG   4KB/6KB
Machine language disassembler.
By Charles Longeau (CHL). 1998/09/24

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