I need a simple program with source code as follows ..
The code prompts for a date. After entering the date the program creates a .csv file (filename = <date entered>) listing all the soccer fixtures for that date in Betfair showing date,league,teams, and the current "Match Odds" event and listing the six current top odds for Back Home, Lay Home, Back Away, Lay Away,Back Draw, Lay Draw. Must include all soccer matches which ever coupon they are on e.g In-Play or unmanaged. The ordering doesn't matter
For example ...
07/05/2010,Bundesliga 1,Dynamo Dresden v Wuppertaler,2.48,2.5,3.55,3.6,3.15,3.2
07/05/2010,Scottish Division 1,Kilmarnock v Falkirk,2.5,2.54,3.4,4.5,3.2,3.25
The "match odds" selection shown above should be a parameter of the function e.g it could be called with "Over/Under 2.5 goals"
Must use the Betfair FREE API
Must not reqire any non-free libraries etc
Please tell me approx how long the program will take to run for any given Saturday's fixtures e.g. about 100 matches (eg. I know there are some frequency restrictions for using the free api)
Must run/compile for Visual Basic 6.0
Must include source code
Code must be commented please
You must be able to provide support (call or email) if I have any (one off) problems intergrating the code to my own VB programs
This must be pretty simple - not expecting to pay a lot!
5 freelancers are bidding on average $236 for this job
I am skilled developer with over 10 years developing application on Vb6/Vb.net C# and asp.net. I have experience working with wsdl as the betfair API is based on web services I think i will be of great value to you. Daha Fazla
Hi there I'm a programmer with more than 10 years experience using VB6, CRystal Reports, SQl and more than 2 years using VB.NET I'm interested in doing this project.... I'm also a backer in BETFAIR :-)
Dear Sir/Madam, I have over 25 years programming experience and have been using VB6 for over 14 years. I have also gained a lot of experience using various API while developing my various applications. You can see Daha Fazla