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Posted on 2006-04-11
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I have lost some pretty complicated source code for a VB6 project.
I still have the EXE.
Anyone have a link to anthing that will decompile it into something I can at least refer to to help me rebuild the app?
Question by:rbend
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Carl Tawn earned 200 total points
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Unless you compiled to PCode you may be out of luck.

Refer to this previous question on the same topic: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Q_20897470.html

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by:Joachim Carrein
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if it is PCode you can retreive some code (not much and it is very bloated)

if it is native, you can only retrieve some events (and not the code in it) and the form files

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there is another program, im searching it...


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