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Visual Basic 4.0 decompiler

Posted on 1997-05-31
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I need a decompiler for vb 4.0, 'cos i have loose the original code :(
I have found a lot of decompilers for vb 3.0, but it seems that for vb 4.0 no one have seen it.
It's very important for me to find this decompiler. Do you know where i can find it?
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After so many de-compilers were made for VB3.0, Microsoft was worried, and made sure that in future versions of VB, no application will be able to be converted back to code, or decompiled. VB4.0 and VB5.0 both have protections against such programs against Decompilers, which is why you dont see any. Obtaining a decompiler for VB4.0 is impossible.
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