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HI

I have an exe file

Application (.exe)

Win32 Cabinet Self-Extractor

im trying to list the files inside this exe

and extracting only 1 of the files.

any one know how to do this?

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FreeBeing

Maybe with 7-Zip (7za.exe is the command line version) ?

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javasqlrpg

i tried using the example scripts that i found on here with 7zip

but did not work.

i will start trying to figure something out with 7za.

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