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Pullback Column Analyzer /acsil/

Old October 18th, 2013, 03:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pullback Column Analyzer /acsil/

Hi All

It is possible to use sc.PullbackVolumeAtPrice just the same way as sc.VolumeAtPriceForBars to analyze a pullback column and fire up an alert

this is the very simple example:

#include "sierrachart.h"


SCSFExport scsf_PcolmnVol(SCStudyGraphRef sc)
	if (sc.SetDefaults)
		sc.GraphName 		= "PcolmnVol";
		sc.GraphRegion		= 0;
		sc.StudyDescription   = "Pullback column Volume  scanner  >> beta1 <<  @ganz";
		sc.AutoLoop 		= 0;
		sc.FreeDLL 		= 1;  
		sc.MaintainVolumeAtPriceData = 1;  
		sc.Input[0].Name = "Volume: ";
		sc.Input[0].SetIntLimits(0, 2123456789);
		sc.Subgraph[0].Name 			 = "Volume";	
	float 		 Price;
	int 		Volume;
	s_VolumeAtPriceV2 *p_PullbackVolumeAtPrice;
	int Count = sc.PullbackVolumeAtPrice-> GetSizeAtBarIndex(0);
	for (int ElementIndex = 0;ElementIndex < Count; ElementIndex ++)
			sc.PullbackVolumeAtPrice->GetVAPElementAtIndex(0, ElementIndex, &p_PullbackVolumeAtPrice);

			if (p_PullbackVolumeAtPrice)
				Volume 	 = p_PullbackVolumeAtPrice->Volume;
				Price          = p_PullbackVolumeAtPrice->PriceInTicks * sc.TickSize;
				if ( Volume > sc.Input[0].GetInt() )  sc.Subgraph[0][sc.Index] = (float) Price;

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