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C# project creation from EXE or DLL

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I use ILSpy to getting the code for given exe or dll. But I have to copy the code and put it in a new C# project file. This is time consuming for large project.

I would like to know how to create the project file itself from the given EXE or DLL. Any easy way is there? Please suggest.

Please note that the given file and expected project type are in C#.
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Question by:Easwaran Paramasivam
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please look at for more information to decompile your exe - dll into readable c# Code.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/179741/how-do-i-decompile-a-net-exe-into-readable-c-sharp-source-code

The answer overthere is nicely documented:

Reflector and its add-in FileDisassembler.

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