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springhill
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msg #122475
Ignore springhill
1/6/2015 4:15:57 PM

Is there any way in SF to create a literal string variable using the set command?
Create a variable with the date in it so it could be added in a column to sort a watch list by date.

Example:
set{date, "15 01 06" }
add column date

or
Example:
set {date, 'Jan 06 15'}
Add column date

or
Example"
set {string, "abcdefg"}
add column string

The date could be placed in the string before running the scan.
Run the scan and then click which symbols you want added to a watch list.
Add the checked items to the watch list choice.
The watch list could then be sorted on the date column to order it by the date placed in the watch list.

Or, maybe there is already a method for doing this type of thing?
Thanks


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