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Find the code for a created application

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I have a small program that I created a few years ago for my co-worker with VB. I would like to modify it now but I could not find my solution file. The only one left is the folder that I gave to my co-worker that has some installation files and crystal report. Is there a way for me to get the code back? I am really not sure what I did in this program and it has been a long time.
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You can use reflector to retrieve all the sourcecode back from your project

Reflector (http://www.red-gate.com/products/reflector/index.htm) and its add-in FileDisassembler (http://www.denisbauer.com/NETTools/FileDisassembler.aspx).

Reflector will allow to see the source code. FileDisassembler will allow you to convert it into a VS solution
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