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Decompile Code using Reflection?

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There's a product by Lutz Roeder called 'Reflector'. http://www.red-gate.com/products/reflector/

Just wondering if his procuct uses reflection to read actual code within a .NET compiled assembly?
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Gyanendra Singh earned 125 total points
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yes it is using reflection. ..
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Do you know of reflection code that actually displays the code inside methods, etc?
I thought Reflection only returned method, property, etc... names, not actual code.
Just curious...
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