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C++ execution code

Hello, I was wondering where I can get a basic C++ execution code for Oanda API broker. Any ideas?

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Please checkout Oanda's REST API documentation.
You can find sample codes here.

QuantConnect's engine is an open-souce project called Lean. It is written in C# and you can find it at Github. There, you can look for our implementation. Maybe it can serve you as guide to a C++ version.

Also, please consider porting your C++ strategy into C# and run it with QuantConnect. We have all the structure, so you will save time and will have your algorithm running as soon as possible!

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