110342     DECODE3: RT-11 SAV/LDA Files Disassembler  Version: 3.0,
June 1982
Submitted by: Thomas A. Rorro, Joint Tactical Fusion Program Office,
Adelphi, MD
Operating System: RT-11 V4  Source Language: MACRO-11  Memory
Required: 3.5K Words  Keywords: Disassemblers, Utilities - RT-11
Abstract: DECODE3 is a program which every software pirate should
have. It is written to run under RT-11 operating system
to decode (disassemble) .SAV and .LDA files into their
equivalent MACRO-11 assembly code complete with self
generated labels, absolute location, symbol table, cross
reference table, octal, ASCII and radix 50 equivalents.
DECODE3 is a superset, modified and improved version of
the DECODE program. The program was originally written
by Michael LeVine at Naval Weapons Center and
subsequently modified by Yukoh Kobayashi of Ohio State.
The output can be assembled by the MACRO-11 assembler
and linked to recreate the original file. By the use of
switches the output code can be made to reflect the
instruction set of one of several machine
Restrictions: Additional features do not apply to .LDA files.
Media (Service Charge Code): One RX01 Diskette (KA)  Format: RT-11,
600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

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