#1
I need to look at this file's code so i can find this mistake but I'm not sure how i can view or if its even possible?
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#2
No, it's not possible. When the source is compiled into a .exe, it's converted to assembly code. If people could just view the source of .exe files, Windows would be free.
#3
Quote by blue_strat
No, it's not possible. When the source is compiled into a .exe, it's converted to assembly code. If people could just view the source of .exe files, Windows would be free.


Windows isn't free
#4
no, because the whole point of object oriented programming is the aspect of information hiding. you only paid for certain rights to use certain functions, not steal their source code.
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#5
Quote by blue_strat
If people could just view the source of .exe files, Windows would be free.

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Windows isn't free

If being the operative word there.
#7
damn, i just tried using disassembler programs, .exe source code viewers, nothing, crap!
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#8
Learn assembly code and in a few years you'll have figured it out .

Or better yet, just ask your friend for the source. Or didn't he write it?
#9
some one i don't know wrote, its just a simple puzzle, how do I decrease the numbers by what the text value box says, say the text value box shows 12 being inputed, how would i make the decrease button code decrease by 12, or for hte increase code, increase by 12? if that made any sense.

edit: nevermind! i have figured it out, i was right the first time, you need to input a number for it to work.
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Last edited by SiKh22 at Jul 11, 2009,