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Someone who used to work for the company left. He had developed an executable, and he did it in C#. Now, we need to update the application.

What would the source file(s) look like? Are they text files? Or what?

Help!
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look for files with cs as a file extension.
Also .sln and .suo files contain information
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Awesome, Andy. Thanks!
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ps.
Should you click on my name and look in my bio you will see I am available for consultancy/coding should you wish to outsource support/development of this app you have (and no-one there that understands the code).
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Thanks, but I'm not the person who would do that. Would LOVE if I could.
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OK, please keep it in mind should you really get in over your head.
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Because of you and another expert, I was able to get the source files. Awesome.
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