'W.A.R. (Martech 1986)'
Author:Lord Crass (guest: search)
Date: Sat, May 21st, 2011 @ 01:15 ( . )

Come to think of it, an easier way to figure this one out is to write some simple BASIC code and compile it with some known BASIC compilers, then disassemble the generated code to see which one matches W.A.R.'s.

Once you figure out what compiler was used, it's pretty straightforward to decompile the unknown tokens.


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'W.A.R. (Martech 1986)'
Author:hyper active (registered user: 296 posts )
Date: Sun, May 29th, 2011 @ 00:16 ( . )

rtl64, simon's basic, blitz compiler, and austro-comp.
Those are the 4 basic compilers I am aware of.


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'W.A.R. (Martech 1986)'
Author:J Achernar (registered user: 36 posts )
Date: Sun, May 29th, 2011 @ 09:47 ( . )

Abacus Basic 64 compiler can compile to either p-code or machine language. Also, there are two different compilier/optimizers. However, at the beginning of the compiled executable there is text stating "1984 SYS 2078 BASIC 64 V1.03".


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