MetaLib (commercial version) Free Download

Version: 4.7   (version history)
Date: January 26, 2002

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OS: Win 95/NT/2000/XP/98/ME
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MetaLib (commercial version) Description

MetaLib (commercial version) Free Download.

The MetaLib SDK provides functions for reading/writing/sorting MetaStockTM security and price data. The MetaLib library removes many of the complexities of accessing MetaStockTM data files from your program. As a result, your development time will be shorter.

MetaLib also has an interface that allows you to download end of day/intraday stocks, index and futures market data from the Yahoo server. You only have to write 6 (!) lines of code to use this feature to your project! You can decide whether you want to store the quotes in MetaStockTM files or ASCII files.

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