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What is 'Reverse Coding'? Follow 4 answers 4 Report Abuse Are you sure that you want to delete this answer? Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. Trending Now Answers Relevance Rating Newest Oldest Best Answer:   in short, it is to convert compiled code back to source code/design specification. The process might be automated by a program although it's usually done manually.

It is also called reverse engineering. It is similar to you disassembling your alarm clock, observes how it works, then make the blueprint to create an alarm clock from the knowledge you gained from disassembling it (of course alarm clock is so simple that I don't think you need to disassemble anything gdihbqeb. outlet moncler online opinionito get an idea how it works, a more common example of reverse engineering is disassembling fighter jet plane).

Reverse coding is similar, but it is done to programs instead of physical objects. Source(s): Lie Ryan · 9 years ago 2 Thumbs up 1 Thumbs down Report Abuse Comment Add a comment

Submit · just now This process is sometimes termed Reverse Code Engineering, or RCE.[6] As an example, decompilation of binaries for the Java platform can be accomplished using Jad. One famous case of reverse engineering was the first non-IBM implementation of the PC BIOS which launched the historic IBM PC compatible industry that has been the overwhelmingly dominant computer hardware platform for many years. An example of a group that reverse-engineers software for enjoyment is CORE which stands for "Challenge Of Reverse Engineering". In the United States, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) exempts from the circumvention ban some acts of reverse engineering aimed at interoperability of file formats and protocols, but judges in key cases have ignored this law, since it is acceptable to circumvent restrictions for use but not for access.[7] Aside from restrictions on circumvention, reverse engineering of software is protected in the U.S. by the fair use exception in copyright law.[8] The Samba software, which allows systems that are not running Microsoft Windows systems to share files with systems that are, is a classic example of software reverse engineering[citation needed], since the Samba project had to reverse-engineer unpublished information about how Windows file sharing worked, so that non-Windows computers could emulate it. The Wine project does the same thing for the Windows API, and OpenOffice.org is one party doing this for the Microsoft Office file formats. The ReactOS project is even more ambitious in its goals, as it strives to provide binary (ABI and API) compatibility with the current Windows OSes of the NT branch, allowing software and drivers written for Windows to run on a clean-room reverse-engineered GPL open-source counterpart. Source(s): wikipedia Anudeep patel · 9 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Report Abuse Comment Add a comment

Submit · just now Makes no sense Carolyn · 1 year ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Report Abuse Comment Add a comment

Submit · just now RCE pazaway16 · 9 years ago 0 Thumbs up 1 Thumbs down Report Abuse Comment Add a comment

Submit · just now bullshit Bianca · 2 years ago 0 Thumbs up 0 Thumbs down Report Abuse Comment Add a comment

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