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Indicators for Multicharts.NET SE

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Thanks for clearification about the CalcBar method .The thread is named Indicators for MC.Net.That's what I'm trying to develop and I appreciate every help.But please don't waste your time anymore telling me what I have to do or not - that's not very helpful .I just want to plot these lines and stuck within.
Tried to upload the .pln file , but does not have a valid extension , I think - maybe Admin can check this.


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jojojo,

you might want to elaborate/clarify what you mean by that, as this doesn't come across very nice nor in a way that you actually appreciate the work @Jura has put into helping you. In my opinion it sounds like "just code it for me and don't bother me with explanations". It's probably just the language difference and I am sure you don't mean it that way.

Maybe you could explain what you think would be more helpful to you, instead of pointing you towards the right direction/approach?

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But please don't waste your time anymore telling me what I have to do or not - that's not very helpful .


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Perhaps it's an idea to invest significantly more time in your replies, because it feels to me that I spend more time replying to you than you spend clarifying and proof-reading your requests for help. That's not how this is supposed to work in my view (assuming you want free help and a discussion that doesn't drag on for ages). Using the [ code ] .. [ / code ] tag would be nice too.
Now this was not very polite I'm just responding.
I explained several times what my goal is ,as good I can - but unfortunately it is not very clear .
Ok then I'll repeat: I want to put horizontal trendlines on a chart.The quantity of the trendlines will increase ,
so the best way to store is with an array or any other collection.As I learned ,lists would be a better solution for this
because you can put in as many as you want.
that's it
every explanation ia a good explanation if you can understand it - but I'm sorry I do not

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jojojo,

I must admit that it's not clear to me either what you are trying to accomplish. Your request is a synopsis of what you want, but it misses the important parts. When do you want to draw the trendlines and at what prices for example? What do you intend to do with them later? What are the conditions for the quantity increase etc..

When I stick to your request and create one horizontal line at the same price on every bar, it would fulfill your request. But I doubt that this is what you have in mind. Therefore it's so important to include all the details.

Imagine you go to buy a new car, you'd probably be very specific with your request, spend a lot of time with details and not just say "I want a car that drives". Same here, it's usually well spend time to sit down and properly explain what the code should do. Maybe create a flow chart for the logic. This will save you so much time in the end that it's well worth it.

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Perhaps it's an idea to invest significantly more time in your replies, because it feels to me that I spend more time replying to you than you spend clarifying and proof-reading your requests for help. That's not how this is supposed to work in my view (assuming you want free help and a discussion that doesn't drag on for ages). Using the [ code ] .. [ / code ] tag would be nice too.
Now this was not very polite I'm just responding.
I explained several times what my goal is ,as good I can - but unfortunately it is not very clear .
Ok then I'll repeat: I want to put horizontal trendlines on a chart.The quantity of the trendlines will increase ,
so the best way to store is with an array or any other collection.As I learned ,lists would be a better solution for this
because you can put in as many as you want.
that's it
every explanation ia a good explanation if you can understand it - but I'm sorry I do not


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ok got it running -made it hardcoded with an array - so you can easy add as many lines you want



 
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using System;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Linq;
using PowerLanguage.Function;

namespace PowerLanguage.Indicator
{
    [UpdateOnEveryTick(false), SameAsSymbol(true),RecoverDrawings(true)]
	
    public class Magnet_TrendLineCollection : IndicatorObject
 {
	    public Magnet_TrendLineCollection(object _ctx) : base(_ctx){}
		
        int[]numbers = new int[] {11120,11122,11124};
		
		//[Input]
        //public int firstprice { get; set; }
		
    protected override void StartCalc()
    {    
    }
	protected override void CalcBar()
	{
      {
		
		// Create the line's coordinates
		for (int i = 0; i < numbers.Length; i++)
	    {
        	ChartPoint beginPoint1 = new ChartPoint(Bars.Time[0],numbers[i]);
        	ChartPoint endPoint1   = new ChartPoint(Bars.Time[0],numbers[i]);
			ITrendLineObject MagnetLines = 
                    DrwTrendLine.Create(beginPoint1, endPoint1);
		            MagnetLines.ExtLeft  = true;
                    MagnetLines.ExtRight = true;
		            MagnetLines.Color = Color.LimeGreen;
		}
			   
      }
	    
    }
  }
}

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that's it
every explanation ia a good explanation if you can understand it - but I'm sorry I do not


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But please don't waste your time anymore telling me what I have to do or not - that's not very helpful .I just want to plot these lines and stuck within.

There is no shortcut with programming, and knowing what your code has and what your code doesn't have is equally important. If you find it annoying to put time and effort in formulating a coding idea (either for yourself or to get help from others), then I think programming is not for you and nor will MultiCharts .NET be the platform for you.

I do agree that trying to help you is a waste of time, so this is my last reply to you. By the way, I also think you're wasting your own time and possibly trading capital here too. Because the details that @ABCTG mentioned are not only important for programming, but for acting on your scripts confidently also. Otherwise, how would you be able to pull the trigger when money is on the line while you don't get your code but just hacked it together?

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