“When all else fails, read the manual.”
|--Murphy's Technology Laws|
IN THIS CHAPTER
In an ideal world, decompilation would probably be unnecessary, except when learning how other people who don't like to write good documentation implemented a certain feature. In the real world, however, there are often situations where a direct reference to the source code can be the best, if not the only, solution. Here are some of the reasons to decompile:
Recovering the source code that was accidentally lost
Learning the ...