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    hi good day .. can you help me how can i convert .fas to .lsp ? file?
    what should i download in order for me to convert the file. please let me know as soon as possible your read this. please email me at <removed>
    i'll wait you there . thanks in advance
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    Hi laidanae29 and welcome to the forum.

    I have removed your email-adress, you'll probably get help faster on the forum.

    Good luck!
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    The FAS format is the compiled version of an AutoLISP file, and one can guess that the programmer had a good reason to don’t provide his/her routine in plain code.
    If you really need to have access to that code, then I believe that is better to contact the programmer then to attempt to de-compile his/her work.
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    What is the purpose behind your request?

    Have you contacted the person whose code you are interested in?

    I imagine that some programmers compile their code to protect it from being used in a manner they would find objectionable.
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    actually someone gave this to me.. He wants me to figure it out how to open an .fas file is there any possible i could open it? I really don't have any idea how can i convert this to .LPS file .. Please let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger View Post
    Hi laidanae29 and welcome to the forum.

    I have removed your email-adress, you'll probably get help faster on the forum.

    Good luck!
    okay :/ i just post it because i really need it asap..

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    Around the world there is a thing called copyrite and a even bigger subject "software piracy".

    Having been involved in a commercial product thats why a FAS is used to stop illegal copying. You have your answer above contact the author !
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    well actually someone gave this to me. he wanted me to figure it out how can i open this file.. so can you help me out about this?.. Please help me out
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    What is the purpose behind your request?

    Have you contacted the person whose code you are interested in?

    I imagine that some programmers compile their code to protect it from being used in a manner they would find objectionable.

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    I know so you mean there is no way to figure this out?. i really wanted to open this file.. if you could please help me out about this,
    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAL View Post
    Around the world there is a thing called copyrite and a even bigger subject "software piracy".

    Having been involved in a commercial product thats why a FAS is used to stop illegal copying. You have your answer above contact the author !

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    http://www.afralisp.net/archive/vl/vl-comp.htm i have this link .. is this might help me out to answer this.. i really dont have idea .. (

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