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I can view contract code from the browser eg https://etherscan.io/address/0x8509d347caa93e7db87e0287ee51867bfcb7b9d2#code or on avax eg https://cchain.explorer.avax.network/address/0xd1c3f94DE7e5B45fa4eDBBA472491a9f4B166FC4/contracts .

This is super cool but kind of a pain for actually trying to understand the code. Is there a VSCode plugin that takes a contract address and downloads copies of the contract code to files in the IDE where you can analyze or fork them more easily? Browser-based is also ok if it's an actual IDE with code analysis and assisted editing.

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Unfortunately the short answer is no but you cen use the Solidity Visual Developer extension in VS Code also the solidity extension or you can copy and paste the contracts in an online IDE called Remix.

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