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EasyLanguage one trade a day

 
israel
 
 
Posts: 7 since Jan 2018
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Date

what i am seeing in the debug is that
not only for the first bar of the day date <>date[1]
but also on all others bars

i am checking the values of date and date[1] and for all bars of the day
date show the date for today
date[1] show the date for yesterday

i thought date should show the date for current bar and date[1] should show the date for previous bar

 
 
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nimrodc,

you would have to post the code snippet you use to check this and the chart timeframe you are applying this to.

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ABCTG

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nimrodc,

you would have to post the code snippet you use to check this and the chart timeframe you are applying this to.

Regards,

ABCTG

this is the code

variables:
debug (0),
IntraBarPersist tradesCounter(0);

debug = 1;

[IntraBarOrderGeneration = TRUE]

If Date <> Date[1] then begin
tradesCounter = 0;
Value1 = date;
Value2 = date[1];
if debug = 1 then Breakpoint("checkpoint-1");
end;

i am debugging on SPY 15 min chart

thanks!

 
 
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nimrodc,

I am not sure what you are seeing, but I only see this code executed on the first bar of the date in the debugger.
You can confirm this via the EasyLanguage Print Log by changing your code line with the Breakpoint to
something like: if debug = 1 then Print( BarDateTime.ToString(), "; I am here" ) ;

As the condition Date<>Date1[1] is true on the entire first bar, you will see multiple prints for each first bar of the day. This can be overcome by using an intrabarpersist variable that stores the current date, when Date <> this variable.
Something along the lines of:
 
Code
if Date <> oldDate then
begin
oldDate = Date;
tradeCounter = 0;
end;
Regards,

ABCTG


nimrodc View Post
this is the code

variables:
debug (0),
IntraBarPersist tradesCounter(0);

debug = 1;

[IntraBarOrderGeneration = TRUE]

If Date <> Date[1] then begin
tradesCounter = 0;
Value1 = date;
Value2 = date[1];
if debug = 1 then Breakpoint("checkpoint-1");
end;

i am debugging on SPY 15 min chart

thanks!


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