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MultiCharts EL question: How to do a bit operation on a #?

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MultiCharts EL question: How to do a bit operation on a #?

Multicharts EasyLanguage: How might one XOR a number or do another bit operation, without writing a DLL fn? Tyvm.

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GpSlow,
in my opinion you can't do that the elegant way, but need to do it manually i.e. checking for the conditions or numbers.
For example you have two conditions and want to make sure they differ. If you have plenty conditions it will probably get messy.
 
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Condition3 = Condition1 and Condition2; //Condition3 becomes true if both your conditions are true

if (Condition1 or Condition2) and Condition3 = false then... //this is what I would understand as XOR for both conditions 1 and 2
Hope this helps,
ABCTG

P.S.: I just saw that "xor" is a reserved word in PL editor, so you might not even have to use the above. I haven't checked it, though.


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Multicharts EasyLanguage: How might one XOR a number or do another bit operation, without writing a DLL fn? Tyvm.


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XOR seems to work fine at least in MultiCharts64 Version 8.8 Beta 2 (Build 8070), it is just not documented.

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XOR seems to work fine at least in MultiCharts64 Version 8.8 Beta 2 (Build 8070), it is just not documented.

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ABCTG

Thank you for the feedback and the idea. I haven't been able to get XOR to work in a user-defined function in the build you mention. No matter; this has to be the all-time simple task for a DLL, if that's what it takes.

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