# unluac

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## User Reviews

• rickrich
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Great for decompiling Wherigo's!

Posted 10/21/2015
• sky6803469
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good~

Posted 03/02/2015
• sunsonzh
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Having a little problem. eg: function split(szFullString, szSeparator) local nFindStartIndex = 1 local nSplitIndex = 1 local nSplitArray = {} while true do local nFindLastIndex = string.find(szFullString, szSeparator, nFindStartIndex) if not nFindLastIndex then nSplitArray[nSplitIndex] = string.sub(szFullString, nFindStartIndex, string.len(szFullString)) break end nSplitArray[nSplitIndex] = string.sub(szFullString, nFindStartIndex, nFindLastIndex - 1) nFindStartIndex = nFindLastIndex + string.len(szSeparator) nSplitIndex = nSplitIndex + 1 end return nSplitArray end Dec: function split(_ARG_0_, _ARG_1_) do while true do if not string.find(_ARG_0_, _ARG_1_, 1) then {}[1] = string.sub(_ARG_0_, 1, string.len(_ARG_0_)) break end {}[1] = string.sub(_ARG_0_, 1, string.find(_ARG_0_, _ARG_1_, 1) - 1) end return {} end end

Posted 12/13/2014
• tbk0000
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Functions great :) Very easy to use (in a shell: java unluac.jar input.lua > dec_input.lua).

Posted 12/08/2013
• windhamwong
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The program is easy to use for programmers and engineers but the project needs some more support and wiki to tell people how to use it instead of running the jar or reading the source code by their own.

Posted 10/14/2013
• jonahbishop
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Great app

Posted 02/16/2013
• lukemorgan
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Thanks unluac

Posted 12/22/2012
• williamhansen
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Very easy to use unluac

Posted 09/22/2012
• soraxsara
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what systems that supporting this ? because i tried in my Windows 7 but .jar file won't be opened ( i've installed java)

Posted 08/11/2012