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    Default .class decompiler?

    Hi, I'm new to Java and I'm looking for a .class decompiler that is compatible on an Apple computer. Any help would be much appreciated. :D

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    I don't know a direct answer to this, but if faced with a similar problem would likely query Google first. Have you tried this yet, and if so, any promising hits? Best of luck and welcome to the forum!

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    I did try Google, for two hours. No luck. :(

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    Hm, if the decompiler is written in Java, it should work on any Java-supported computer. Since the code it is decompiling is java byte code, then this should be OS agnostic as well. You may want to Google (or check Wikipedia) simply Java decompiler and try some of the hits returned.

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    Thank you.

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    I use one called JAD -- JAD (JAva Decompiler) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    It works very well as long as the source code was not obfuscated first.

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