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Re: Data Recovery SOURCE CODE ( SOURCE CODES of Professional Data Recovery Software )

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Date: 29 Dec 2004 15:59:04 -0800
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Author Tarun Tyagi wrote:
> Hi,
> I am a Data Recovery Specialist and Professional Data Recovery
> Software Developer in New Delhi.
> I've placed the Complete SOURCE CODE of One of my Data Recovery
> Software for Sale (for Educational Purpose) on the following link of
> my website:

There is a link to download TTEditor, including source code, on this page, but it, in my mind, does not fulfill the promise of free source code for one of his 'Data Recovery Software'. It IS a blaring advertisement for such a software package, but the source code is not available unless you fork over the $269 purchase price he's asking. I think this is not 'truth in advertising'.

> I'd like to inform you that I am the author of World's First Book on
> Professional Data Recovery Programming titled, "Data Recovery with &
> without Programming". You can see the contents of the book on
> following link of my website:

He's an author, true. And it is a text on data recovery programming, although I'd be hard pressed to verify it's the world's first text on this subject. I believe a text was published in 1992 covering PC data recovery and disaster prevention, by an S. Harris, although I don't know if it covered any programming aspects.

> I also have many other Professional software with Source codes
> available for sale. However, I've not listed them on my website.
> If you've any Query or comments Please Feel Free to mail me,
> Looking for your response,
> Regards,
> Tarun Tyagi,
> J-110, Patel Nagar - 1,
> Ghaziabad (U.P.), India - 201001
> Phone: (+91)9868337762
> (+91)9810191117
> (+91)9350190934
> e-mail:

This, of course, belongs only in c.d.o.marketplace. Posting this in other newsgroups is spamming. An apology is in order, if you want anyone to take you seriously.

David Fitzjarrell Received on Wed Dec 29 2004 - 17:59:04 CST

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