can you give me some suggestions?

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huaxia009
25
huaxia009  

int start()
{
......

for (i=Bars-1;i>0;i--)
{
if (Close[i]=a+b)
m=i;

}
......;

}


as new quotations received, new sticks appears,and the index 0,1,2.... are pointed to different sticks. for example, Close[5] of current time is equal to previous Close [4] after receiving a new quotation. now, i assign i to m, the Close[m] is different between before and after receiving new quotations. how can i point to the same sticks with a fixed index or a varible whenever i reveive new quotations? can you give me some suggestions? thanks!

Editor
103
Editor  

As new quotations received, importance of the volume of the current bar increases on unit. If changed importance Bid, changes importance Close[0].
Thereby, i - index of the bar, but Volume[i] - amount of the quotations, received for time of the shaping the bar, which is a value of the current timeframe.

RickD
1226
RickD  
The proven method is to use Time[i] and iBarShift function. The time of bar is permanent.
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