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Hi will4,

there is no reserved word to accomplish that, you simply have to ensure that your conditions stay present. You wrote your second code to only have the condition that triggers the order present for one bar on the last bar only, hence your code is doing exactly that.

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Hi will4,

there is no reserved word to accomplish that, you simply have to ensure that your conditions stay present. You wrote your second code to only have the condition that triggers the order present for one bar on the last bar only, hence your code is doing exactly that.

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Hi ,
How can I write it in a way to be sure that condition stays present? Danke

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Hi will4,

your code that adjusts the order prices is an example of keeping the condition present. What you use is totally up to you and depends on your logic.

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Hi will4,

your code that adjusts the order prices is an example of keeping the condition present. What you use is totally up to you and depends on your logic.

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I have adjusted the order prices by this two variables:
var2=Close+200 points ;
var1=Close-200 points;
but even these two variables are based on close price and they are changing?

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Hi will4,

that's correct, as it will always be updated with the most recent Close.
You could use the logic I posted in #4.

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Hi will4,

that's correct, as it will always be updated with the most recent Close.
You could use the logic I posted in #4.

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I know your logic was " to ensure that your conditions stay present" but would you mind if I ask you how I can do that in Easylanguage?danke

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Hi will4,

that's correct, as it will always be updated with the most recent Close.
You could use the logic I posted in #4.

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ABCTG

I know your logic was " to ensure that your conditions stay present" but Would you mind if I ask you how I can do that in Easylanguage?I have tried maxbarsback and [] but they are about the past not about the future.danke

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will4,

that depends on your conditions and I am afraid I don't know them. An example of a condition that remains present is your code 1 in post #24.

My suggestion for you would be to write a code that follows the logic in post #4 as a first step.

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will4,

that depends on your conditions and I am afraid I don't know them. An example of a condition that remains present is your code 1 in post #24.

My suggestion for you would be to write a code that follows the logic in post #4 as a first step.

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When you say #24 and #4,how can I find them ?

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Hi will4,

each post in a thread has a number assigned to it (it can be found in the upper right corner of each post). The first post gets #1 and so on.

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