Programing topic (set fix time stamp)

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ahmad hamayoon noori
19
ahmad hamayoon noori  

Hallo,

is it possible to set a time stamp. The ea should use this time stamp (price level) to send an order after it went up 50 points.

Thank you for your support

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brewmanz
486
brewmanz  

it's possible to set (just about) anything.

Your idea of time stamp as a price level differs from any definition of a time stamp that I have come across in many decades.

Do you mean .. " when this future time stamp occurs, note the price. If price then increases over price-at-time-stamp by 50 points, then open an order" ?

(editted several times over 2 minutes making logic clearer)

ahmad hamayoon noori
19
ahmad hamayoon noori  
brewmanz:

it's possible to set (just about) anything.

Your idea of time stamp as a price level differs from any definition of a time stamp that I have come across in many decades.

Do you mean .. " when this future time stamp occurs, note the price. If price then increases over price-at-time-stamp by 50 points, then open an order" ?

(editted several times over 2 minutes making logic clearer)


you are right, " when this future time stamp occurs, note the price. If price then increases over price-at-time-stamp by 50 points, then open an order" that is my intension

who can I make this possible

brewmanz
486
brewmanz  

Maybe something like

extern datetime SpecialTime;

int start()
{
 static datetime markDone = 0;
 static double markPrice = -1;
 if(Time[0] > SpecialTime && markDone == 0)
 {
  markDone = Time[0];
  markPrice = Bid;// or Ask or Close[0]
 }
 double somePrice = Bid;// or Ask or ...
 if(markPrice > 0 && somePrice > (markPrice + deltaPrice))
 {
   DoOpenOrder();
 }
}

NB Code just typed; not checked or compiled, and I'm watching TV at same time.

ahmad hamayoon noori
19
ahmad hamayoon noori  
brewmanz:

Maybe something like

NB Code just typed; not checked or compiled, and I'm watching TV at same time.


thanks for your strong support, I will try it.
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