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Decompiling Tools

The Decompiler tool allows you to reveal the source-code of compiled assemblies.

There are three ways to decompile an assembly.

  • Decompiler window — used when you need to decompile a specific assembly in Visual Studio
  • Jump To menu — used when you navigate to a type or member located in a compiled assembly
  • Standalone decompiler — used when you need to decompile an assembly without involving Visual Studio

Choose one of these ways according to your task.

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