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How to write TFTP UDP client application program

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Could anybody tell me how to write simple TFTP client program using UDP socket programming.Whose function is to issue "Read" request to  the Server  to retrive file.
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Could you be kind enough to post a 0-pointer to CS (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/) and ask them to delete this duplicate Rafi-muqaddar?
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Sorry for duplicating the question . I don't know how to delet the question.
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No problem. Delete as i mentioned above
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