Spectrum is an end of the day NSE and BSE bhavcopy, historic data downloader.
You can download multiple days of bhavcopies in a single instance using this application. All bhavcopies are already in meta-stock format.This software is written in C#.
End of the day – means you will download the bhavcopies for the end of the day data. We will come to day of the week later.
Old Stock data:
You can download a particular stock chart for that particular stock that you have chosen. All data that you have chosen will be downloaded for that particular stock.
More details on this can be seen by doing a forum search on this.You can download the data for the entire week in a single instance.You can choose the time period in which you want to download data.
You can choose the days in which you want to download the data for the end of the day.
Can I download bhavcopy files for stock price that has been closed?
To download the old stock data for a particular stock you will have to make a ticket on the forum.We will have to have an exchange of information about the old stock data.
It appears this was answered in this thread:
Short answer, no.
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– NickServ – provides a complete and secure NickServ service, but still has a web interface to allow you to control it
– ChanServ – the complete channel management package. Includes groups, topics, autoop/kick, locks, bans, modes and much more
– MemoServ – the complete MemoServ package. Use this to send messages to users, or to complete channels
– OperatorServ – the complete OperatorServ package. Allows Operators to set Akills, kick triggers, session limiting, and much more
– BotServ – the complete BotServ package. Contains all of the packages mentioned above.
– HostServ – the complete HostServ package. Includes the features mentioned above, plus autorejoin, channel highlights, and much more
We provide each of these services individually for $8/month, or in a core bundle for $24/month.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is the web interface?
A: The web interface allows you to control and view all of the various services that Anope provides, as well as view the status of users and channels.
Q: Can I get only 1 of the services?
A: Sure! We offer all of these services individually for $8/month, or you can subscribe to the core bundle for $24/month.
Q: I already have an IRCd, can I run it with Anope?
A: Sure, if your IRCd allows it, you can run it with Anope. The Anope packages are simply command line applications, and you can run them on any IRCd that supports command line commands. If you have any questions about it please ask in our IRC channel.
Q: How do I use the web interface?
A: It’s pretty easy to use! You access it by going to
New users are able to register their nickname to prevent others from stealing their nickname.
Channels are grouped by several features, including by name, opers, topics, or users.
You can send messages to users who are currently offline, or to a channel with one command.
Operators are given several utilities for their convenience, including auto-op, session limiting, kick triggers, and even ban triggers.
Bots are used to take over most of the