Round numbers

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       static double UpperRoundNumber, LowerRoundNumber;
       for(int RoundUp = 1;RoundUp <5000;RoundUp++)
       {
          if(Digits ==5)
          {
            UpperRoundNumber=Bid+RoundUp*10*Point;
            UpperRoundNumber=UpperRoundNumber*100000;
          }
          if(MathMod(UpperRoundNumber,50)==0 || MathMod(UpperRoundNumber,500)==0)
          break;
           Comment("UpperRoundNumber ",UpperRoundNumber);
       }     

Can somebody share with a code that looks for round numbers

at EA. One round number above bid and one round number below. Like 00 or 50.

I spent many many hours and no success.

Logically the code above should work and it does not.

Thank You.

Brian Dee - Random Trader
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Brian Dee - Random Trader  

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-BB-

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I'm not really clear on what you are trying to do, but does NormaliseDouble with the appropriate rounding digit not work?

Or

I guess you could multiply by the required factor, cast it to an int to drop off the remaining decimals and divide by the factor casting it back to a double. That will give you the lower round number so just add your step to get the upper round number.


It's maybe 'cos it's Friday, but I can't get my head around what your code is trying to do.

V

Justin
15
Justin  
beats me..
zzuegg
1502
zzuegg  
int tmpvalue= Bid/Point;
tmpvalue=tmpvalue-(tmpvalue%50);
double LowerRound=tmpvalue*Point;
double UpperRound=(tmpvalue+50)*Point;

not tested, but the idea should work on 4 digits broker

demir
5
demir  
zzuegg:

not tested, but the idea should work on 4 digits broker


thanx works just fine
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