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How to format NTFS partitions programmatically?

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I want source code to format NTFS partition (low level not through SHFormatDrive).
There’s a good documentation of NTFS on http://linux-ntfs.sourceforge.net/ntfs/, I search for documentation better than this to help me in formatting NTFS partitions.
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Too thanks to vijay_visana to try to help me but I don't accept his answer as I know the site he talked about but this site doesn't help me in my problem.
Thanks again to vijay_visana.
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