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Greetings Monksters,

I have done a bad, bad thing and I want to see if I can rescue myself. I blew away (by accident) some perl code that I had written, but alas, I had used Active State's PerlApp to compile a freestanding executable of that code. Does anyone know if there any way to decompile the executable back to Perl source? Many thanks for any bread crums of wisdom. Yeah, yeah, I'm backing up, I'm backing up.

chinman

#!/usr/bin/perl -w $camel = $hump do { theHumpty($camel); }

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