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    Hi! All ....
    can you tell me how to read .obj file and .class and see them in our source editor.

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    Default Re: Object file

    What's a .obj file?

    Don't be silly. .class files aren't source files, so why should they be readable in a code editor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagar Rout View Post
    Hi! All ....
    can you tell me how to read .obj file and .class and see them in our source editor.
    Sorry my question is wrong i just wanna to understand how .class file looks so...is any solution i can see it or understand it.

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    In Eclipse there's a bytecode view that'll give you an idea of the bytcode that a source file would produce.
    There's also the CafeBabe plugin (or used to be) that will show you the bytecode in a .class file.
    I expect Netbeans has a similar thing.

    These aren't editors, though, just ways of viewing the information.
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