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Hi,

I want to know that how can i read the content of a .exe file??

Thanks
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Just open it with your favorite editor...

If, OTOH, you want to obtain information about said file, you have to be more specific about what you want. Do you want any (possibly) human readable strings? Decompile it? Library depencies?
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