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I've converted the indicator ExportChartData to a Strategy to make it easier to apply against a basket of instruments. Thanks to BigMike and Sam for some older comments and code that inspired this .

Next releases will include enums to select various DateTime output formats. It is currently outputing POSIX-style DateTime. Feel free to make it better!

Strategy ExportData changelog:

24 February 2011: ver 3.35 posted. Significant refactor. Adds enums for DateTime output formats, delimiters, file types. Adds user-configurable output preferences for export to Matlab and R, and a code example for exporting indicator data with timeseries data.
21 February 2010: ver 3.00 posted
22 February 2010: ver 3.01 posted. Deleted Print statements that were used for debugging and changed an if/if to an if/else to save processor power.
22 February 2010: ver 3.10 posted. Added OnStartUp() and OnTermination() methods and moved code there from OnBarUpdate() for efficiency.
2 November 2010: ver 3.2 posted. Fixed bug where spaces in path names would throw an exception, added better exception handling, added Print statements in OnStartUp() and OnTermination(). NT7b23 compile.

Compatability:
NT7 only


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