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Reverse Engineering

Barkha Moryani
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Joined: Jun 16, 2004
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In a normal scenario in any reverse Engg system, during the phase when the system is undergoing transformation, the code at the user end is also simultaneously being updated. Could anyone assist me in adopting the proper and accurate approach to dynamically capture these changes in system requirements, caused by changes in code. There is no doc abt these changes in code, as such.
 
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