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vb 5.0 decompiler?

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any idea where can i get vb decompiler 5.0??
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by:SirNick
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I am fairly sure that you cannot get a decompiler for vb 5.  I think that there are a few programs around that will do this up to version 4 although this will only tell you what controls are in the program but it cannot give you the source code.

I hope this helps...
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Rheingold earned 1 total points
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SirNick is absolutely right. The reason for this is that VB progs up to version 4 were completely interpreted progs (interpreted by the runtime DLLs). VB 5 and VB6 are more like "real" programs, with many "real" x86 code and only few calls to the MSVBVMXX.DLL in order to do things.

Regards
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by:LeXien
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i would love to see a decompiler that actually works on all version of VB and works (underlined).

You've probably tried them all, and found that none work. I've came to believe that there are none.

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by:dreamvb
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Yes I think the others are right I have aslo serached the net for such things before and only found A Decompiler for Visual Basic 3.0 and that is the only one thats works but I have seen a OnLine Decompiler for VB 5 but I can't for the life of me were I saw it.
Sorry.
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