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how many people would have to take it up for you to consider it?
What are the platforms with ftse100 and lse stocks?
ftse 100 index and lse stocks?
any plans to add these I seem to remember you once did them or am I barking mad? :o)
Has this been fixed yet?
Anyone like to post which language provided the most stability.
I am using vb with sockets and I am wondering where the instability (connection issues) I am experiencing originates.
(is its my fault?)
Thanks for your reply
I am having some problems with sockets (vb). I need to test some more to find out exactly why. I am tempted to jump ship and move to the most stable solution.
I am also tempted to jump ship to .net.
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Sorry. The code is not available for this tool. It is meant as a diagnostic tool and not as a sample app.
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Fantastic posts.........thanks for sharing your knowledge.
In your experience which language provides the most stable solution.
Can you post IQWatchQuote source code?
Or send it to me!
It would be great if you could send/post all the project files.
Thanks, that has cleared up some confusion.
The bottom line is that I require some sort of client that will connect to IQFeed and present data over port 9100. My seperate .net application can then interact with this port over TCP/IP.
So if .net is unavailable then I could use C++, whatever makes port 9100 available.
Will any of the C++ examples provided (recompiled with my ApplicationID of course :o) connect to IQFeed and bind to port 9100 so that my .net app can read option chain data from the port ?
Any advice you can provide in enabling port 9100 from C++ (or VB if it comes down to it) would be fantastic.
Thanks in advance,
The example IQFeed .net client provided with IQFeed2.3* appears to bind to port 5009 only.
My application requires port 9100 available so that it can receive option chain data.
Is there an example .net client that connects to IQFeed and provides the relevent data over port 9100?
I'm using the current Microsoft .net SDK.