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# Plotting yesterday`high/Low-line in TS2000i..

Discussion in 'Strategy Building' started by Jana, Jul 4, 2003.

1. ### Jana

..and how can i plot the e.g. High value above the line?

Another problem: The High or Low should only displayed, if the last quote today is not so far away?
I have same problem with the pivot line-formulas. I don`t want to display it in the chart, if they are e.g. 1 or 2 % above /below the current quote.

Can anyone help me and post the formula?

Thanks

2. ### WDGann

OK... plotting yesterday? High or Low?

Plot1(HighD(1), "Yesterday's High");
Plot2{LowD(1), "Yesterday's Low");

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How do you plot a High above the High of the day????

If Close > HighD(1) then Plot1(Close, "Higher High than Yesterday's High");

Please be more clear on how you want it presented...

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Heh??? You're questions are very vague for a computer geek like me... You seem to know what you want in your head but can't seem to put it in writing well (a major problem for a programmer)... Anyways... I think this is what you want...

If High(0) > 1.01 * Close then Plot1(HighD(0), "High of the day");

Please be more specific or at least try to be...

3. ### Jana

Thanks a lot, WDGann.
How can i print the text eg. "LDay1" above the line or in/beneave the right scale?

My first solution for Hig High/Low-Plots:

If HighD(1) > 0 and LowD(1) > 0 Then Begin
If Highd(1)< 1.005 * c and highD(1)> 0.995 * c then begin
Plot1(HighD(1),"HighD1");
end;
If Lowd(1)> 0.995 *c and Lowd(1)< 1.005 * c then begin
Plot2(LowD(1),"LowD1");
End;
If HighD(2) > 0 and LowD(2) > 0 Then Begin
If Highd(2)< 1.005 * c and highD(2)> 0.995 * c then begin
Plot3(HighD(2),"HighD2");
end;
If Lowd(2)> 0.995 * c and Lowd(2)< 1.005 * c then begin
Plot4(LowD(2),"LowD2");
End;
end;
end;

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