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Dennis Schutten
2020-05-18 09:11:32


Hello,

I am looking for a script example which allows me to read a watchlist.txt file from disk and use this in Quantshare. Can you please give a example on how to do this?

Regards,
Dennis



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2020-05-21 15:16:31

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Hi Dennis,

Reading a file can be done using the "System.IO.File" class. What do you want to do with the content of the file?



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