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walters

  • one year ago

hi in c++ is it possible to convert its code to any language (eg assembly)

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  1. walters
    • one year ago
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    @liliy , @asnaseer

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    i think so

  7. walters
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    how?

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    That's pretty much what a C++ compiler does.

  11. KonradZuse
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    Stop tagging.... A compiler will convert it into machine code, yes. You can use Assembly in C++, you can use it in any language I believe. Most langs have converters as well.

  12. slotema
    • one year ago
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    C++ code can be translated into assembly (as rsmith mentioned, that's what a compiler does). But I have my doubts if you can translate C++ into any language. I'm thinking of language like LISP or Prolog here. With enough effort, it's probably do-able, but it won't be easy.

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    Look it up. There are C++ to Java converters, and many others.. Tons of people have siwtched langs only to want them. GWT for example is a Java to Javascript/HTML framework.

  14. poopsiedoodle
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    I know that there's a C# to VB/java/python converter, but that's the only one I've seen for any languages.

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