CSV field order (comma-separated list)
Date - this field is the bar date
Time - this field is the bar time
Open - this field is the open price
High - this field is the high price
Low - this field is the low price
Close - this field is the close price
Volume - this field is the volume
AdjClose - this field is the adjusted close price
RealClose - this field is the unadjusted (as-traded) close price
Dividend - this field is the dividend amount (should be 0 except on ex-dividend dates)
Extra - this field is the value that can be referenced as Extra
CSV field order must be specified for CSV Import to work. If CSV data files include header rows with column labels, these are simply ignored.
Here is a partial example of a CSV import specification showing how this looks:
Note that CSV field names (like all names in RealTest) are not case-sensitive.
To ignore a column in a CSV file, add an extra comma to the field order list, e.g. "date,,,open,high,low,close,,volume".
To ignore the first one or more columns, add extra comma(s) at the start of the list, e.g. ",,date,close".