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Discussion in 'Events' started by Murray Ruggiero, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. Murray Ruggiero

    Murray Ruggiero ET Sponsor

  2. Gyles

    Gyles

    Do you have any plans to add a resource where TradersStudio users can share the code which they have written?
     
  3. Murray Ruggiero

    Murray Ruggiero ET Sponsor

    If people would like to submit code, they can send it to

    Murray@TradersStudio.com and I will make it available after reviewing it.
     
  4. Gyles

    Gyles

    Thanks, Mr. Murray shall make use of it. :)

    I shall try to submit some code in the next few weeks.
     
  5. Derrick:
    I have heard that one can translate TradeStation code into TradersStudio code. Is it possible to show some examples?
     
  6. I have heard that one can translate TradeStation code into TradersStudio code. Is it possible to show some examples?
     
  7. Gyles

    Gyles

    It is possible and shall show you some examples in a day or so.
     
  8. Gyles

    Gyles

    As promised to you Derrick1983, the following is the first example:

    Please note that the original TradeStation code translated can be seen at http://www.tssupport.com/support/base/?action=article&id=1370

    Code:
    Function TROUGHDIVERGENCE(STRENGTH, OSC As BarArray) As BarArray
    
                    Dim IC As BarArray
                    Dim IH As BarArray
                    Dim IP As BarArray
                    Dim IL As BarArray
                    Dim LC As BarArray
                    Dim LP As BarArray
                    Dim LH As BarArray
                    Dim LL As BarArray
                    Dim VALUE1 As BarArray
                    Dim VALUE2 As BarArray
                    Dim VALUE3 As BarArray
                    Dim VALUE4 As BarArray
                    Dim VALUE5 As BarArray
    
                    If BarNumber=FirstBar Then
                                    IC = 0
                                    IH = 0
                                    IP = 0
                                    IL = 0
                                    LC = 0
                                    LP = 0
                                    LH = 0
                                    LL = 0
                                    VALUE1 = 0
                                    VALUE2 = 0
                                    VALUE3 = 0
                                    VALUE4 = 0
                                    VALUE5 = 0
                    End If
     
                    VALUE1=SWINGLOW(1,LOW,STRENGTH,STRENGTH+1)
    
                    If VALUE1<>-1 Then
                                    LP=LC
                                    LC=VALUE1
                                    IP=IC
                                    IC=OSC[STRENGTH]
                                    LH=VALUE2
                                    LL=VALUE3
                                    VALUE2=Highest(LOW, STRENGTH+1, 0)
                                    VALUE3=Lowest(LOW, STRENGTH+1, 0)
                                    IH=VALUE4
                                    IL=VALUE5
                                    VALUE4=Highest(OSC, STRENGTH+1, 0)
                                    VALUE5=Lowest(OSC, STRENGTH+1, 0)
                    End If
    
                    If LOW>VALUE2 Then
                                    VALUE2=LOW
                    End If
    
                    If LOW Then
                                    VALUE3=LOW
                    End If
    
                    If OSC>VALUE4 Then
                                    VALUE4=OSC
                    End If
    
                    If OSC Then
                                    VALUE5=OSC
                    End If
    
                    If (LH-LL)=0 OR (IH-IL)=0 Then
                                    TROUGHDIVERGENCE=TROUGHDIVERGENCE[1]
                    Else
                                    TROUGHDIVERGENCE=50*(((IC-IP)/(IH-IL))-((LC-LP)/(LH-LL)))
                    End If
    
    End Function
    

    Please let me know if you have any queries?
     
  9. Thanks Gyles for the example :) It was really helpful.
     
    #10     Aug 28, 2009