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    Decompiling question

    I want to know how to decompile a dot net assembly. I developed a program and then missed its source code. Now I have some .dll files and the main Executable file. I know something about ildasm.exe. Is it the main tool I should use or is there some other way to get aorund the problem.

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    Yep, reflector is the way to go. And to make it even easier for yourself, try the file disassembler add in for reflector: http://www.denisbauer.com/NETTools/F...assembler.aspx

    Using that add in, you can dump an entire assembly to source files.

    Kent

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    Thanx for help

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