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Default 12-22-2008, 10:00 PM

I actually sifted through the source code recently for one of my projects and I'm very sure that it was in hex form, as I myself used the aforementioned hex editor to make it easier on myself.

There is a different way to get more readable code out of Alice, however. Simply Extract the files from any Alice world using either a File extracting program (like my good ol 7-zip), or by changing the extension from .a2c to .zip and using Windows. Then, look inside the folder it creates to find a bunch of other folders, each representing a component of the Alice world. Inside each is an XML document with simple, easy-to-read Java-ish code on it. Of course, it's read-only however. If you want to change stuff, you'll have to deal with the hex stuff.

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