This is ridiculous but here it goes: I started learning how to program in c# very recently and I have even made some programming that more advanced programmers consider relatively complex. Now that I coded the trigger condition for setting a Limit Order of my strategy I can't really seem to understand how it is made.
I would need something like this:
if(Low < tp[1,1])
// Enter Limit Order to buy @ tp[1,1] - (TickSize*200);
// Set its Stop Loss to ---> tp[1,1] - (TickSize*1000);
// Set Profit Target to ---> tp[1,1];
// Cancell Unfilled Order @ tp[1,1];
I guess this is not very complex but than I am still a noob. Can anyone help me out with the best way to do this?
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