There is no way any kind of decompiler can recreate the original source code because the information necessary doesn't exist in the exe. Things like meaningful variable names are very important to a programmer but the CPU couldn't care less about such things. At run-time a variable is simply a location in memory. When a program is compiled all those things that are of great value to a programmer but unnecessary to the CPU are stripped away, leaving only what is necessary. A decompiler tries hard to produce meaningful source code from the compiled exe but it cannot recreate what no longer exists.
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