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Hello All,
You write code in java and make it a class file....but
when you sell ur software to others ...do you
distribute the classfiles or some other things ???If
you distribute the classfiles then its easy for the
user to decompile the classfiles into sourcecode....I
mean how do u maintain the security for the source...
:roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:
 
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You can use an obfuscator to make it more difficult to decompile your code.
 
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Two things. First, you need to change your name to adhere to the naming policy. Second, please don't cross-post your question to multiple forums.
 
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