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how can i convert my .class file(s) into .java files.
 
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download jad
 
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Do a google search on decompilers, and you will find quite a few.
 
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hi
thats true ...
jad is acronym for java decompiler
just use the command as
jad xyz.class
thats it u'll find a xyz.jad file whose extension u need to change...simple isnt it...
 
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thanks from sachin:
thanks for your advice. i have searched for it than i find "DECAFE" at decafe.com. again thanks.


 
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sir i have try it through "Decafe". but it is not quite well.
where i can find jad??
please give me address.
with lot of thanks
sachin dwivedi
 
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Please read our user name policy. Your original user name was perfectly valid - why on earth did you create a new one with an underscore and number in it? I recomment you simply use the original one. Thanks.
Like most things on the web, JAD can be found by going to www.google.com and typing "jad" (then hit "Google Search"). It's the first link returned.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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