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Great tool, easy API interfaces, fast, responsive truly technical help, professional staff of the highest order!
I started my new job in embedded. Our project consists of 10000+ files and no documentation or comments in code. This is an amazing piece of software that helped to navigate a large volume of legacy code written in C. Absolutely love all the graphical features and so intuitive to use.Highly recommended anyone working on a project with and without proper documentation
I can no longer imagine having to work with "other people's code" without Understand, and today, when every employer thinks that using "free" software will save him time and money, that means working with other people's code.
When I was tasked to work with the LLVM source base, I told my employer that I needed Understand. His response was to request it from his Customer, who said, "That's a metrics tool! You don't need it for your task." I told my employer that his Customer was mistaken, that I could not do my work efficiently without the tool, and that I would purchase a license myself--that's how much I need Understand.
Understand is the best reverse-engineering tool I have found, with the best Customer support I can imagine. I cannot praise it or Scientific Toolworks enough!
I've been using Understand since 2001. It is the perfect tool for all companies that care about the quality of software they produce and document.
No better way to wade through unfamiliar code. An indispensable time saver, and fantastic for refactoring as well.
I started a new job where I'm working on android java with cpp/jni. Understand is invaluable for me to quickly understand, navigate and change code in the java/cpp structure. Gone are the days of using grep!
Excellent tool, make for all around better software products!!!
This is an amazing piece of software that helped to navigate a large volume of legacy code written in C. Absolutely love all the graphical features and so intuitive to use.
Highly recommended anyone working on a project with and without proper documentation.
I started using this tool in 2001, Understand for C++ and Understand for Ada. In those days, the tool provided much insight into what I had inherited. As it matured into version 4, it is an indispensable tool in development and documentation.
The time saved more than covers the cost of the tool.
This is the best tool for working on other people's code. I can quickly tell where variables are defined, declared, set, or modified.