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Old 05-05-2008, 02:01 PM   #1
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ok guys some of you know i have been working on a mock theory test program and just recently my omp blue screened and i didnt save my project as project fils but i do have the .exe files after i built the application is there any way to get all my vb related files from the .exe
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This is difficult. You can use a decompiler.....but, I wouldn't hold out hope for reading it. It will probably take you a lot longer to learn to use a decompiler than it would to rewrite the program unfortunately. I tried a decompiler one time and didn't have a clue what was going on really, it really shows you the nitty gritty of your program, it will not give you back for .vb files though.
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thats what i was afraid of looks like ill have to write it all again.
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I know how you feel man, been there more than once. Good luck, generally it turns out better the 2nd time anyway because you get a chance to do things differently that you wouldn't have if the code was already written.
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