> Is it Right or i am going somewhere illogical? Basically, source code is a convenient way to represent in a human readable form what the machine is supposed to do. Unless you happen to be debugging it is unlikely that the source code will be saved within the compiled file. The problem is that there are many places in code which are either irrelevant to the compiler (i.e. variable names) or could be many things -- i.e. the code from all your headers and includes is combine and you'll have problems figuring out what's what.
Think of it like blue prints. You can recreate the original thing from the blue prints, but anybody trying to create blueprints for the original thing might create something different -- that can still be used to assemble the original thing. -Dan -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php