October 04, 2014 by Anuraj
.Net .Net 4.0 CodeProject Miscellaneous Visual Studio
Yesterday I posted about explicit interface implementation. I was curious about to know how CLR treats Explicit interface implementation. I looked into the generated IL code using IL DASM, and it was pretty similar to C# code I wrote. So I thought of reverse engineering the assembly. I verified the assembly with five .net decompilers. And only two provided the compilable code. Here is the .Net decompilers I used.
This the code I compiled.
And here is the code from decompilers.
.NET Reflector 8
If you look into the decompiled code, only ILSpy and .NET Reflector gives compilable code. It doesn’t mean other decompilers are not good, but for this given scenario, all the other three decompilers failed reverse engineer C# code properly.
Happy Programming :)
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