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Produce source code from (compiled code)‘a programmer has to decompile the code’
- ‘You may not redistribute, sell, decompile, reverse-engineer or otherwise disassemble the Software.’
- ‘If you really want to prevent tools like Reflector from decompiling your code, you need the professional version's features.’
- ‘The answer to providing a modicum of security for interpreted applications has to this point been obfuscation - - making the code look different so it can be difficult to decompile and figure out.’
- ‘The draft's proposals will also hinder music studios, broadcasters and software developers, who risk breaking the law when they decompile copy-protected software.’
- ‘For example, imagine that a cracker was decompiling your code, looking for authentication text.’
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