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How can I convert class files to java source files
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Use a decompiler.
 
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Thanks Anthony ,for that speedy reply and wonderful link...
 
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Friends,
I tried to decompile the java.lang.Object class using mocha decompiler ,but failed .Is it possible to decompile the classes of sun's jdk? If so how?
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There is no need to decompile classes in the java package since you can just download the source code along with the jdk.
 
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Thanks Dan for ur prompt help...
But what I really wanted to know is that is it possible for the mocha decompiler to do it.
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But what I really wanted to know is that is it possible for the mocha decompiler to do it.
Yes sure it is.
 
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Valentin,
Pls.help me I couldn't decompile it.
Thanks.

[ July 17, 2002: Message edited by: Bindesh Vijayan ]
 
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This has really become a question about using Mocha, not about certification study. In light of this, I'm moving this to the IDE's and other Tools forum. Please continue the conversation there.
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We use JAD. Very quick with useful integration into JBuilder via an OpenTool.
 
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I've used both DeCafe and DjJava, you can find a list of available decompilers at
decompiler.com or the link list of decompiler.com. I haven't tried to decompile any Sun JDK classes yet though, as one of the other posts said you can download the source code for them anyway.
 
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Matt Rasking wrote:I've used both DeCafe and DjJava, you can find a list of available decompilers at
decompiler.com or the link list of decompiler.com. I haven't tried to decompile any Sun JDK classes yet though, as one of the other posts said you can download the source code for them anyway.



I've used Java Decompiler Online https://www.javadecompiler.online/. You can use too
 
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