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smm.objects.Exchange Class Reference

Class to handle Exchange data. More...

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Public Member Functions

def __str__
 Returns the content of this instance as string.
- Public Member Functions inherited from smm.objects.SMMBaseObject
def __init__
 Initialise the instance and set attributes optionally.
def __repr__
 Returns the representation of this object as string.
def update
 Update instance arguments.
def add2db
 Add an object to the database.

Static Public Member Functions

def get
 Query Exchange objects.
def getCount
 Returns the number of known exchanges.

Static Public Attributes

dictionary arguments
string psTopic = ''
tuple id = Int(default=AutoReload, primary=True)
 Unique ID for each object.
tuple symbol = Unicode()
 Unique symbol for each exchange.
tuple description = Unicode()
 The full name and country of the exchange.
- Static Public Attributes inherited from smm.objects.SMMBaseObject
dictionary arguments
 Set of argument names for keyword arguments.
tuple encoding = sys.stdout.encodingorsys.getdefaultencoding()
 Encoding of all character strings.
 psTopic = None
 Publish Subscribe Topic for this class.

Static Private Attributes

string __storm_table__ = "t_exchange"
 Use given table to store all of this class inside.

Detailed Description

Class to handle Exchange data.


Member Function Documentation

def smm.objects.Exchange.__str__ (   self)

Returns the content of this instance as string.

References smm.objects.SMMBaseObject._encode(), smm.objects.Exchange.description,, and smm.objects.Exchange.symbol.

Referenced by smm.objects.SMMBaseObject.__repr__().

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def smm.objects.Exchange.get (   id = None,
  symbol = None,
  city = None 

Query Exchange objects.

There are three ways for querying objects:

  • Querying by id returns a Exchange object or None
  • Querying by symbol returns a Exchange object or None
  • Querying without parameters to get all Exchange objects

The last way returns always a

idReturns a Exchange specified by id.
symbolReturns a Exchange specified by symbol.
cityReturns a Exchange specified by city.
Searching for city:
Searching to a exchange specified by the city parameter searches the database currently SQLite using the LIKE operator.

To balance the diffenent behaviour of LIKE between ascii and unicode sequences. The city parameter is always capitalised.

SQLite documentation of the LIKE operator:
The default behavior of the LIKE operator is to ignore case for ASCII characters. Hence, by default 'a' LIKE 'A' is true. The case_sensitive_like pragma installs a new application-defined LIKE function that can change this behavior. When case_sensitive_like is enabled, 'a' LIKE 'A' is false but 'a' LIKE 'a' is still true.
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def smm.objects.Exchange.getCount ( )

Returns the number of known exchanges.

Member Data Documentation

string smm.objects.Exchange.__storm_table__ = "t_exchange"

Use given table to store all of this class inside.

dictionary smm.objects.Exchange.arguments
Initial value:
'symbol': 'unicode',
'description': 'unicode',
tuple smm.objects.Exchange.description = Unicode()

The full name and country of the exchange.

Referenced by smm.objects.Exchange.__str__().

tuple = Int(default=AutoReload, primary=True)
string smm.objects.Exchange.psTopic = ''
tuple smm.objects.Exchange.symbol = Unicode()

Unique symbol for each exchange.

Referenced by smm.objects.Exchange.__str__(), and smm.objects.Share.__str__().

The documentation for this class was generated from the following file: