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how  to convert dot class file to source code
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The best is i think Decafe

tiral could be downloaded from
http://decafe.hypermart.net/

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Or you could just use javap.exe which comes with the JDK install...
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Best one I know of is JAD. It is referenced in the Linux HOWTO as indicated above, but the link is not currently active. Seems maybe the author was done in by his own success and his ISP shut him down for exceeding allotted traffic limits? Anyway, there is another source here:
    http://f2.org/programming/java.html

Scroll to the "Misc Tools" section and in the first item there click on the "f2.org copy" link.

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Also try JODE, The Java Obfuscate and Decomplie Environment, which is free. Just check with [ http://jode.sourceforge.net/ ].

It has a usable Swing GUI which makes it easy to decompile any class files into readable source code.

Cheers,

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