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    Lightbulb Dragon Nest Assembly Files

    These Assembly files should be used for learning purposes only, I hope this is useful to someone
    Last edited by Grooguz; 2012-05-27 at 07:07 AM.

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    Can you explain what "Dragon Nest Assembly Files " is? I see C# project which isn't related to DN

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    Assembly files are the lowest form of code in a file, all the files in an assembly are taken from one original file
    (Dragonnest.exe).
    These files make up the disassembled file (Dragonnest.exe), this lets you clearly see how a file is made and can be used for future reference.
    Hope this explains what you wanted to know :S ..

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    Let me try explain a bit better.

    Disassembling a file extracts everything that it's made up of out of it, leaving you with all the files that makes up the one
    file.
    Depending on what you dissassemble will depend on what files you obtain.
    So basically, you can't dissassemble more than you already have (You have everything already)
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    Since I can't post anymore, I'll edit this.
    OK, let me try explain further:

    Disassembling is the process of translating an executable program into its equivalent assembly
    representation.
    A flaw in disassembling is determining what is code (instructions) and what is data, as
    both are represented in the same way in current machines.
    Further, disassembling is equivalent to the Halting Problem and hence cannot be fully automated for all input programs.

    Also, your comment on "System.ServiceModel.dll"
    The first folder contains useless stuff that comes with dissassembling any file.
    It's not actually meant to be there, I was just a bit lazy. :P

    Note: This is just for people to look at/learning purposes, I would expect people to already know what
    they're going to be doing with these files if they're going to be looking for them.
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    You wanna say that the DN client was written on C#?
    Quote Originally Posted by goodclass View Post
    Also, Assembly language is the lowest you can get in terms of code.
    C# isn't "the lowest language in terms of code"

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    you have posted "System.ServiceModel.dll" it doesn't related to any games at all

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