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sub GetFactor { my ($symbol) = @_; #Expects either ^Xyy where yy = 2 letter code o +r AAABBB=X #WHERE A and B are Official three letter Countr +y Codes, AAA # being the 'From' money, and BBB #being the 'To' money ex. Us dollar to British +Pound would be #USDGBP=X my $src_url = " +hgv&e=.csv&s=".$symbol; $ua = new LWP::UserAgent; $ua->proxy(http => 'http://<PROXY INFO>'); $ua->agent('Mozilla/2.0 (compatible; MSIE 3.02; Win32)'); $ua->timeout(30); $req = new HTTP::Request GET => $src_url; $req->proxy_authorization_basic('<USERNAME>', '<PWD>'); $resp = $ua->request($req); if (!$resp->is_success || !$resp) { $errmsg = "<FONT COLOR=#FF0000>Failed to retrieve stock indice +s --". $resp->Status_line ." $!</FONT>"; print "$errmsg<br>\n"; die; } #$resp->Format = <SYMBOL>,"<SOURCE>",<FACTOR>,"<LAST TRADE DATE>", +"<LAST TRADE TIME>",N/A,N/A,N/A,N/A,N/A return split /,/,$resp->content; }

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