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Current Intraday High and Current intraday Low ???

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JayceNugent
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I am new to Tradestation/EasyLanguage and this is probably a stupid question but i cannot find out how to plot/program the current days high on a 1minute chart, and current days low on a 1minute chart..

The idea is that it would show me the current days high/low as the day progresses.

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-Jayce

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vars:
TodayLow(0),
TodayHigh(0);

TodayLow = LowD(0);
TodayHigh = HighD(0);

Plot1(TodayLow,"TodayLow");
Plot2(TodayHigh,"TodayHigh");

Now be careful if wanting the session high if a session rolls into two days. For example, certain futures might start trading at 5 PM Central time and you may want the session low/high rather than the day. If this is the case you can use LowSession(0,0) and HighSession(0,0) to get the high and low of a given session. Or you could do something like the below

inputs:
Day1Session2(1);//Changing between 1 and 2 will change how High/Low is calculated

vars:
TodayLow(0),
TodayHigh(0);

If Day1Session2 = 1 then begin
TodayLow = LowD(0);
TodayHigh = HighD(0);
end
else if Day1Session2 = 2 then begin
TodayLow = LowSession(0,0);
TodayHigh = HighSession(0,0);
end;

Plot1(TodayLow,"TodayLow");
Plot2(TodayHigh,"TodayHigh");

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JayceNugent
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Awesome !!!! Thankyou ShadowFox !!!!

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