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Can anyone give me code for FDISK (MS Dos)
simlator . It may be any language ie C or C++
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The Linux fdisk source code (C source) is available in the util-linux package from kernel.org. It supports MS-DOS partitions.

ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/util-linux-2.12pre.tar.gz
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You could also look at the FreeDos souce code:

http://www.23cc.com/free-fdisk/

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