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jimdandy
11 posts
msg #160338
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5/29/2023 3:15:53 AM

Hello,

Is it possible to use flex conditions (similar to TC2000 in case somebody uses it) with Stockfetcher? With flex condition I man that some condition happen in a defined row in a defined time period. But it does not matter when the conditions happen in the defined timing and if there is or is not a timing gap between the conditions?

Thanks
Heiko

glgene
613 posts
msg #160339
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5/29/2023 9:39:18 AM

Heiko,

I would appreciate it if you could give an example. If so, it would be easier to understand the concept. Thank you.

Gene in FL

nibor100
1,008 posts
msg #160342
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5/30/2023 3:43:21 PM

Search on “flex scan TC2000” and first link has detailed example
Ed S


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