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jEE : how to covert CLASS file to JAVA file

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please advice how to convert CLASSS into to JAVA file.
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i did .
simple class file HelloWorld.class is seems to be OK.

my multiline programe giving the below error mesage
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D:\tempshare\visio>jad HrwsBase.class
Parsing HrwsBase.class... Generating HrwsBase.jad
Couldn't fully decompile method _mthclass$
Couldn't resolve all exception handlers in method _mthclass$

D:\tempshare\visio>
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please advice how to procede further
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by:Sharon Seth
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What kind of class is it ?
Pls note that decompling does not convert the CLASS into a JAVA file 100% . There are several places where assumptions are made by the decompiler.
Also , I had used DJ java decompiler . You can give it a try too
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this class file developed in  JAVA-1.4 release .

are theere any decompilers specific to version ?

As you said, I have tried  with DJ java decompiler, some of the charectors i am getting are ,$, _...etc.

please advice, is there any paid tools which can do this work.

If you are interested, i can attach the class file which i am trying for your test.

Thanks for your efforts.
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by:Valeri
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Hi mac_g,

The decompiler I recommended you is not so good. I wanted to recommed you the one that "krakatoa" did!
Ok, please attach you .class file.
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btw decompliler is not able to revert to the original .java file! there are a lot of assumptions, because when the .java file is compiled the compiler makes a lot of "improvements" as well.
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by:Sharon Seth
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Any kind of decompiler would end up showing $ , _ etc . The reason is that the CLASS file which itself would have had many modifications/substitutions during compilation
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