Dont be disappointed when instead a mono-color alphanumeric screen with a lot of mysterious characters, which make sense only to those “chosen” ones called “hackers” or “coders”, and control commands hidden behind the never-would-guess keyboard shortcuts you will see a feature-rich GUI-based editor with colored source code of your application loaded in it. — Thats DJ Java Decompiler, made specifically to make decompiling and editing Java classes easy and convenient.
It takes only a few mouse clicks to get the application up and running. DJ Java Decompiler doesnt require any additional programs or libraries (not even Java) installed on the PC. After a few moments of copying the files, everything is ready for the work.
Opening classes for editing in DJ Java Decompiler is easy and intuitive. You can do that by the regular “file-open” operation in the decompiler window, dropping the class to be edited onto the application window or right-clicking on the class file in Explorer and then selecting to open it with DJ Java Decompiler. Another great thing is the applications capability to open multiple files, as well as archived (.jar) files; for that purpose, it has an internal archive manager, which handles the lower-level routines and makes the work easier for the user.
The code in the editor window appears in a human-readable format, colored in accordance with the syntax highlighting rules. Colored texts, unlike monotonous, are a lot easier to read and search; besides, its just a lot more pleasure to dig in clearly formatted chunks of code than in one huge pile of the alphanumeric “garbage”, blurring in the eye. Frequently-used commands available through the toolbar and the menu give the feeling of coding in the regular development environment. The edited classes can be saved in a separate output folder and tried in action.
Thus, DJ Java Decompiler is a lot more than a mere code interpreter — its a powerful editor, which allows solving application problems and learning all kinds of programming tricks by studying the examples from existing applications.
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