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defghca
150 posts
msg #374
Ignore defghca
2/2/2003 8:57:03 AM

why is " and date offset between x and y " not legal??



tomb
261 posts
msg #383
Ignore tomb
2/3/2003 10:52:41 AM

Hi,

The phrasing you mention is not currently allowed due to potential performance issues. We are considering a submission-based or off-line process that would allow you to analyze a filter's performance over a longer period of time, as well as multiple offsets. While this would not be a "real-time" process, it would allow much more complete analysis of a filter's performance.

Thank you again for the feedback.

Tom
StockFetcher.com Support


mika
131 posts
msg #27203
Ignore mika
7/5/2003 6:31:05 PM

Any news on this front?

I'm looking for this to be implemented as well. i.e. Show stocks where above criteria applied within the last x days, x weeks, x months, etc.


mika.


PALMARITO
1 posts
msg #31318
Ignore PALMARITO
3/7/2004 5:17:51 PM


what about variable date offset ?

That is , the possibility of "date offset var"
giving the user the means to enter any number from
1 to 220 (a year) . One at a time


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