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(Unicode C) Bitfinex v2 REST Tickers

The tickers endpoint provides a high level overview of the state of the market. It shows the current best bid and ask, the last traded price, as well as information on the daily volume and price movement over the last day. The endpoint can retrieve multiple tickers with a single query.

For more information, see https://docs.bitfinex.com/reference#rest-public-tickers

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#include <C_CkHttpW.h>
#include <C_CkStringBuilderW.h>
#include <C_CkJsonArrayW.h>

void ChilkatSample(void)
    {
    HCkHttpW http;
    BOOL success;
    HCkStringBuilderW sbResponseBody;
    HCkJsonArrayW jarrResp;
    int respStatusCode;
    HCkJsonArrayW jarr_1;
    int j;
    int count_j;
    const wchar_t *strVal;
    int i;
    int count_i;

    // This example assumes the Chilkat API to have been previously unlocked.
    // See Global Unlock Sample for sample code.

    http = CkHttpW_Create();

    // Implements the following CURL command:

    // curl https://api-pub.bitfinex.com/v2/tickers?symbols=tBTCUSD,tLTCUSD,fUSD

    // Use the following online tool to generate HTTP code from a CURL command
    // Convert a cURL Command to HTTP Source Code

    sbResponseBody = CkStringBuilderW_Create();
    success = CkHttpW_QuickGetSb(http,L"https://api-pub.bitfinex.com/v2/tickers?symbols=tBTCUSD,tLTCUSD,fUSD",sbResponseBody);
    if (success == FALSE) {
        wprintf(L"%s\n",CkHttpW_lastErrorText(http));
        CkHttpW_Dispose(http);
        CkStringBuilderW_Dispose(sbResponseBody);
        return;
    }

    jarrResp = CkJsonArrayW_Create();
    CkJsonArrayW_LoadSb(jarrResp,sbResponseBody);
    CkJsonArrayW_putEmitCompact(jarrResp,FALSE);

    wprintf(L"Response Body:\n");
    wprintf(L"%s\n",CkJsonArrayW_emit(jarrResp));

    respStatusCode = CkHttpW_getLastStatus(http);
    wprintf(L"Response Status Code = %d\n",respStatusCode);
    if (respStatusCode >= 400) {
        wprintf(L"Response Header:\n");
        wprintf(L"%s\n",CkHttpW_lastHeader(http));
        wprintf(L"Failed.\n");
        CkHttpW_Dispose(http);
        CkStringBuilderW_Dispose(sbResponseBody);
        CkJsonArrayW_Dispose(jarrResp);
        return;
    }

    // Sample JSON response:
    // (Sample code for parsing the JSON response is shown below)

    // [
    //   [
    //     "tBTCUSD",
    //     9318.6,
    //     21.53815472,
    //     9318.7,
    //     5.30463105,
    //     223.5,
    //     0.0246,
    //     9318.7,
    //     4125.21689058,
    //     9370.998872,
    //     9075.80199233
    //   ],
    //   [
    //     "tLTCUSD",
    //     44.008,
    //     1807.8617840300003,
    //     44.019,
    //     2394.7625575100005,
    //     2.359,
    //     0.0566,
    //     44.019,
    //     27051.34115724,
    //     44.16,
    //     41.559
    //   ],
    //   [
    //     "fUSD",
    //     0.00022955068493150685,
    //     0.000199,
    //     30,
    //     871597.2359141599,
    //     0.0001962,
    //     2,
    //     67926.11558407999,
    //     -0.00001146,
    //     -0.0523,
    //     0.00020757,
    //     167542924.22214913,
    //     0.00024,
    //     0.00000299,
    //     null,
    //     null,
    //     82649109.90968154
    //   ]
    // ]

    // Sample code for parsing the JSON response...
    // Use the following online tool to generate parsing code from sample JSON:
    // Generate Parsing Code from JSON

    // Chilkat functions returning "const char *" return a pointer to temporary internal memory owned and managed by Chilkat.
    // See this example explaining how this memory should be used: const char * functions.

    i = 0;
    count_i = CkJsonArrayW_getSize(jarrResp);
    while (i < count_i) {
        jarr_1 = CkJsonArrayW_ArrayAt(jarrResp,i);
        j = 0;
        count_j = CkJsonArrayW_getSize(jarr_1);
        while (j < count_j) {
            strVal = CkJsonArrayW_stringAt(jarr_1,j);
            j = j + 1;
        }

        CkJsonArrayW_Dispose(jarr_1);
        i = i + 1;
    }



    CkHttpW_Dispose(http);
    CkStringBuilderW_Dispose(sbResponseBody);
    CkJsonArrayW_Dispose(jarrResp);

    }

 

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