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Huffman Decompression Algorithm for Decompression


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Dear All,

Please help me to develop a decompression source code for huffman technique which can work on MAC not on windows.


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sbvidshal: Perhaps it would be a good idea to specify exactly what kind of help you need. Just a thought...

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Hello,
I want to write an application which can decompress the huffman coded data of the stuffit(.sit) file. I searched on google and found many more but nothing seems to helpful.
I hae done most of things to achieve the goal but unable to decompress the file contents of .sit file.
If you have any idea please let me know.

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You seem very intent on restoring this stuffit file... you've been asking about it for a while!

Might I ask what was so important in there?
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Hello,
I am surprised to see that you still remember me.
If you have any idea about the previous query please do reply.

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You seem very intent on restoring this stuffit file... you've been asking about it for a while!

Might I ask what was so important in there?

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Try Stuffit Expander?

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Please post your results to the thread as it is good feedback.
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I am looking for the source code.


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I am looking for the source code.
Sorry to say it, but I'm pretty sure no one is going to hand you source code for the compression algorithm for SIT files, especially since that's proprietary to StuffIt.

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