Definition of disassembler in English:

disassembler

noun

Computing
  • A program for converting machine code into a low-level symbolic language.

    • ‘The ROM was investigated, posted on the USENET as a documented disassembler listing in a TeX file and no vulnerabilities were found.’
    • ‘The drawback to intermediate languages is that it's possible to use disassemblers and decompilers to examine a program's IL and re-generate the source code.’
    • ‘Unfortunately this means that decompilers and disassemblers are here to stay too, putting your intellectual property at risk.’
    • ‘For example, the authors use the ILDASM disassembler to dig into the compiled codes, but did not even mention what ILDASM is.’

Pronunciation:

disassembler

/dɪsəˈsɛmblə/