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    How it compares to IDA from HexRays?

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    There're some useful features that ida lacks, like working with multiple exe/dll files at once.
    And the decompiler is not locked to a single platform.

    In any case, Ghidra is better than previous attempts, like radare2 or 3rd-party decompiler plugins for Ida.
    And its open-source, so there's potential.
    But atm Ida is more convenient.

    http://0xeb.net/2019/03/ghidra-a-quick-overview/
    https://blog.fadyothman.com/an-hour-...-and-the-ugly/
    https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19315273

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    "Knowledge is infinite, but the experience is parallel".

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