The goal of G1M Decompiler is to allow programmers to decode Casio Basic's "
file into a readable text similarly what is shown on the calculator.
This is a one-way converter, and not all symbols are supported by this program (most common symbols are).
The following packages must be installed on your system
You also need a Casio Basic file to decode.
3. Copying and contributing
This program is written by Humaid AlQassimi, and is distributed under the MIT license.
4. Download and install
$ go get -u git.sr.ht/~humaid/g1mdecompiler $ go install git.sr.ht/~humaid/g1mdecompiler
The program outputs the decoded program to standard output.
$ g1mdecompiler [file] > [output]
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