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API References
using OberMind;

namespace ObermindFlow
	public class MySellSideStrategy : SellSideInstrumentStrategy
		private DateTime periodStartDate;
		private double close;
		private double split = 1;
		private double dividend = 0;

		private Instrument sellSideInstrument;
		private Dictionary<Order, ExecutionCommand>; orderTable;
		public MySellSideStrategy(Framework framework, string name)
			: base(framework, name)


		public override void OnSendCommand(ExecutionCommand command)
			Order order;

			// Create and send order to current futures contract.
			switch (command.Order.Type)
				case OrderType.Market:
					if (command.Side == OrderSide.Buy)
						order = BuyOrder(sellSideInstrument, command.Qty * quantityAdjFactor, command.Text);
						order = SellOrder(sellSideInstrument, command.Qty * quantityAdjFactor, command.Text);

					orderTable[order] = command;

				case OrderType.Limit:
					if (command.Side == OrderSide.Buy)