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How to cancel any existing open orders, if there are any,

I am writing a strategy that places limit orders when certain conditions are present. Prior to placing a new limit order, I want to determine if there are any existing open orders working and, if so, to cancel them. Can anyone suggest the code for doing this? Your help is appreciated.

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I think you can do it with the IOrder object that is returned when the original order is entered.

Something like this:

private IOrder iOrder = null;

iOrder = EnterLongLimit( price, "Long Limit");

if ( iOrder != null && iOrder.OrderState == OrderState.Working )
{
iOrder = CancelOrder( iOrder );

iOrder = EnterLongLimit( newPrice, "Long Limit" );

}


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You can also try to use
CancelAllOrders()


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