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Jad unable to decompiler method

Posted on 2001-08-28
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Hi,

I'm trying to decompile a class I have. I've used Jad, but it was unable to decompile a method. It put in gotos. I've also used decaf, and jasmine. No luck. Any suggestions?

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thanks,
can jode output the original variable names though?

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yep, if of course they have been not obfuscated.
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