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Dis51 8051 Hex-file Disassembler

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8051 disassembler

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Dis51 is a simple 8051 disassembler for Unix-like systems. It may even compile under Microsoft Windows, but that has never been tested. It takes an object file in Intel Hex format as input, and outputs an assembly language file. This disassembler assumes by default that everything in memory is data, and nothing is code. It starts at any number of entry points you give it on the command line, then follows the code through all branches until no branches are left. It then outputs an assembly language file which should assemble under any standard 8051 assembler. All data memory is declared using "DB" directives.

1. h**p://www.ece.umr.edu/~dsulli/dis51/

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