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chipper338
10 posts
msg #38338
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10/5/2005 6:38:00 PM

I want to construct a filter using technology stocks but I would like to ignore DELL and CSCO. Is there anyway I can add an 'ignore symbol=DELLL, CSCO' statement to my filter?

thanks,

Chip


yepher
353 posts
msg #38341
Ignore yepher
10/5/2005 7:01:07 PM

chipper338,

Yes, it is possible. To do this kind of think I generally use the "ind()" command. Here is an example that will return only the example symbol

Fetcher[
volume equals ind(MSFT,volume)
]



I will leave you to convert that to what you want as an exercise. If you get stuck post what you have and we can help you out.

If you have problem finding that command on SF you can look here for how it works: http://yepher.com/~yepher/stockfetcher/command.html


-- Chris


chipper338
10 posts
msg #38377
Ignore chipper338
10/8/2005 2:48:32 PM

chris,
thanks for info. it works wonderfully

Chip



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