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I am porting a s/w from unix to WIndows NT.I am using
NutCracker as a tool for this.I am facing some problem in
wintif.Where can i found the programming guide for wintif
and if there is a WEB site for FAQ for wintif.
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As far as I am aware there is no online programming guide for the nutcracker libraries. The only documentation available is the set of manuals given to you when you buy the product. I think your only possible course of action if youre not on support is to post a message on the NuTCracker newsgroup, or prehaps some of the previous postings may help?

try:-

http://www.datafocus.com/technical/resource/rules2.htm
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Any luck with the news groups?

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still no luck sesha?

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