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Remember a bar's close after event/condition

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boo50
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Hello, need advice on programming on easylanguage

I need to code a breakout of high of a bar, which have a condition.
For example - this bar hit moving average from top, so it's high will be a stop buy.

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boo50,

you can accomplish this by declaring a variable and updating the variable's value to that value you want to store when your conditions are met.

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boo50
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I've tried this logic
 
Code
vars: buy_stop(0);

condition11 = rsi(30) > 60;
condition12 = average(c,1) cross below xaverage(30);
if condition11 and condition12 then buy_stop = h[1];
if marketposition = 0 then 
	begin
		buy next bar at buy_stop stop;
	end;
but it buy not at condition's bar high.

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boo50,

you can use the print reserved word to check values within your code and see if the code is using the values you think it should. High[1] for example would return the value of the previous bar and not the bar where your conditions are met.

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ABCTG


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I've tried this logic
 
Code
vars: buy_stop(0);

condition11 = rsi(30) > 60;
condition12 = average(c,1) cross below xaverage(30);
if condition11 and condition12 then buy_stop = h[1];
if marketposition = 0 then 
	begin
		buy next bar at buy_stop stop;
	end;
but it buy not at condition's bar high.


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boo50
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got it, but still want to know how to fix condition's bar high.
any suggestions?

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boo50,

I am not sure I understand you correctly. Your code already does that, except you are saving the previous bar's high (using buy_stop = h[1] when you probably want the current bar's high i.e. High[0] (or simply High) instead.

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got it, but still want to know how to fix condition's bar high.
any suggestions?


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