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Yes, but it will normally not contain the source files of the program.
Joined: Oct 13, 2005
Yes, I missed that bit. Best to contact the original supplier to request the code.
But you ought to be able to extend classes without seeing their source code. You only need to read their documentation, created with the javadoc tool.