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I have a (simple) program on my computer (an application) written in VB3... But I wish to look at the source of this program... is this possible?
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I'm not sure if this is acceptable by the policy to answer. If it isn't then delete this and forgive me. :P


http://www.vbcodesource.com/utilitys.html

Look for "Dodi's Decompiler"
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Hm ok thanks I've downloaded it... but I don't understand it   :-S  (it only works if you have VB installed no?)
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You'll require the run-time file (which you can search for @ yahoo.com) but I don't believe it requires VB installed unless you wish to view the source through it.
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