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Converting .class to .java

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I have recently lost all my Java source code due to a major hard drive failure. All I have left is my HTML and Class files on my web server. Is there anyway to reconstruct my .java files from the .class files? I really don't fancy rewriting all that code!
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NMI's Java Code Viewer is able to decompile Java classes and reproduce the source code.
It does not always work, and sometimes you will have to modify a little the code it (re)produces
but I think this is currently the best tool for that on the market. There is a free trial.

http://huizen.dds.nl/~nmi/njcv.html

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Thanx for that info, will try it and see how I get on. It is better than nothing though. :-)
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