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In porting code from HPUX to Windows, I have run accross three system files that I do not know how to deal with.  The files are #include <sys/param.h>, #include <sys/types.h>, and #include <sys/times.h>.  I need to know how to change these #include files to get the code to run on my system.  Also, I have run across a file #include <set.port.h>.  Is this the same file as <set.h>?  If not, how can I work around it?
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The way to start might be to get rid of them and then see what won't compile.  You should have more sucess looking up the missing functions/data structures etc. then trying to find header file equivalents.
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time.h instead of sys/times.h
types.h instead of sys/types.h
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What types are in the params?
Simply look up the type in the msdn and
add the correct file for it.

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HTH, Moshe
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