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NT 8 Millisecond Data Question

Old August 24th, 2015, 08:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NT 8 Millisecond Data Question

This is more of a general question about NT 8 feature:
as outlined in the NT 8 PDF:

New Sub-Second Granularity
Market data time stamps are now processed and stored to the .NET ‘Tick’ which is the equivalent of 100
nanosecond resolution

The programming question is I have an indicator that I want to code that will be looking at data and I want to be able to do some calculations on the data received from the data feed

The way I understand it with version 7 is it only support to the second data, and then you have to use a DLL to access the machine time, and get to the millisecond level.

Does/Can NT 8 support writing of indicator code to support looking at data in the millisecond time frame and then displaying this data as a plot?

if so which data feeds are supporting this new feature so that NT 8 can be used in this fashion?

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