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Need large log file

Hi QC,

For one of my algorithms, I've found that I'll need to create and view a large text file (10Mb) in order to debug a logic problem that is most definitely on my end.  Unfortunately that logic problem is buried in three nested for-loops that ends up being a total of 6000 iterations of math.  In order to see where I'm going wrong, I'll need to output to a large text file.  Is there a way I can do this without straining the QC servers?

Thanks,

-Stephen

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Hi Stephen,

Why do you not use the API Notifications?

//Send yourself an email on live trade executions
Notify.Email("myEmailAddress@gmail.com", "Live Trade Executed", "Bought 100 Shares of AAPL");

 

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