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stop

Unsubscribe Money.Net real-time data updates

Description

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stop(c) unsubscribes real-time data updates associated with the Money.Net web socket interface connection c.

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stop(c,symbols) unsubscribes real-time data updates for the specified symbols.

Examples

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Create Money.Net web socket interface connection c using a user name and password.

username = "user@company.com";
pwd = "999999";

c = moneynetws(username,pwd);

Subscribe to the symbols IBM® and Google® for real-time data updates using the Money.Net connection c.

symbols = ["IBM" "GOOG"];
realtime(c,symbols)

The default event handler function processes real-time data updates.

Unsubscribe from all symbol subscriptions.

stop(c)

The default event handler function stops processing all real-time data updates. For details about the event handler function, see realtime.

Close the Money.Net web socket interface connection.

close(c)

Create Money.Net web socket interface connection c using a user name and password.

username = "user@company.com";
pwd = "999999";

c = moneynetws(username,pwd);

Subscribe to the symbols IBM and Google for real-time data updates using the Money.Net connection c.

symbols = ["IBM" "GOOG"];
realtime(c,symbols)

The default event handler function processes real-time data updates.

Unsubscribe from real-time data updates for IBM only.

symbol = "IBM";
stop(c,symbol)

The default event handler function stops processing real-time data updates for IBM. The real-time data updates continue for Google only. For details about the event handler function, see realtime.

Close the Money.Net web socket interface connection.

close(c)

Input Arguments

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Money.Net web socket interface connection, specified as a moneynetws object created using the moneynetws function.

Money.Net symbol list, specified as a character vector, cell array of character vectors, string scalar, or a string array. To specify one symbol, use a character vector or string scalar. To specify multiple symbols, use a cell array of character vectors or a string array.

Example: "IBM"

Example: ["IBM" "GOOG"]

Data Types: char | cell | string

Version History

Introduced in R2021b