Dear, thanks to anyone who can help me,

There is a calculator to encode the ".bits" of the Intraday Time Filter signal, but unfortunately I couldn't find it, I'm starting to study it, who can help me...

what would be the coding for me to trade from 08:00 to 11:30 and another EA from 03:00 to 07:00 Brazilian time (GMT-3).

Camila Macedo E Silva Nome:
Dear, thanks to anyone who can help me,

There is a calculator to encode the ".bits" of the Intraday Time Filter signal, but unfortunately I couldn't find it, I'm starting to study it, who can help me...

what would be the coding for me to trade from 08:00 to 11:30 and another EA from 03:00 to 07:00 Brazilian time (GMT-3).

Hi Camila,

you will find hundreds of examples in the CodeBase section. (https://www.mql5.com/en/code)

It doesn't mention if it is for MQL4 or MQL5. Make sure of that when you do the search.

MQL5 Code Base
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MQL5 Source Code Library for MetaTrader 5

Camila Macedo E Silva Nome:

There is a calculator to encode the ".bits" of the Intraday Time Filter signal, but unfortunately I couldn't find it, I'm starting to study it, who can help me...

what would be the coding for me to trade from 08:00 to 11:30 and another EA from 03:00 to 07:00 Brazilian time (GMT-3).

When in doubt, think, and code it.

1. Two filters:

```input int TODbegin1 =      8*3600, TODend1 =     11*3600 + 30*60, //  800 - 1130
TODbegin2 = (3+12)*3600, TODend2 = (7+12)*3600,         // 1500 - 1900
TOD       = time(); // Time of Day
bool isMorning = TOD >= TODbegin1 && TOD < TODend1,
isEvening = TOD >= TODbegin2 && TOD < TODend2;
Find bar of the same time one day ago - MQL4 programming forum #1 & #6 (2017)

Remember to handle the case where start > end (e.g. 2100 … 0200)

2. All chart times are broker times. You will have to convert your GMT-3 to broker time, including your DST and your broker's DST.

1. How can MetaQuotes know all brokers' (they come and go daily) Time zone and Daylight savings time (if they use it and including historical changes for back testing)? Do you have that information for just you and your broker? Only then, with code, can you convert session times to broker's time to UTC to local time. You can use offset inputs, but then you must maintain them correctly, through all three DST changes when they occur.
When is the time zone problem going to be fixed? - General - MQL5 programming forum (2020)

2. Foreign Exchange (FX) market opens 5 PM New York (NY)/Eastern Time (ET) Sunday and ends 5 PM NY Friday. Some brokers start after (6 PM is common) and end before (up to 15 minutes) due to low volatility.
Checking for Market Closed - Expert Advisors and Automated Trading - MQL5 programming forum (2016)

Swap is computed 5 PM ET. No swap if no open orders at that time.

3. Brokers use a variety of time zones. Their local time, with or without Daylight Savings Time (DST), London, UTC, London+2, UTC+2, NY+7.

Only with NY+7 does the broker's 00:00 equals 5 PM ET and the start of a daily bar (and H4) is the start of a new FX day.

GMT/BST brokers, means there is a 1 or 2 hour D1/H4 bar on Sunday (depending on NY DST), and a short Friday bar. (Problems with indicators based off of bars.)

GMT+2 is close but doesn't adjust for NY DST.

EET is closer, except when their DST doesn't match NY's. Last Sunday of March and 1:00 on the last Sunday of October vs second Sunday in March and return at 2:00 AM EDT to 1:00 AM EST on the first Sunday in November.

4. Non-NY+7, means the chart daily bar overlaps the start, and converting broker time to NY time requires broker to UTC to NY timezone conversions.

5. If you search the web, you will find differing answers. Those are all wrong (half the year) because they do not take DST into account (or that it changed for the US in 2007 [important when testing history.])

6. Then there are (non-24 hour markets) with H4 candles that start on odd hours.
Why My XAUUSD 4H candles start with 1 hour shift? - Currency Pairs - General - MQL5 programming forum (2019)
H4 first opened candle - MT5 - General - MQL5 programming forum (2020)

7. See also Dealing with Time (Part 1): The Basics - MQL5 Articles (21.10.01)
and Dealing with Time (Part 2): The Functions - MQL5 Articles (21.10.08)

William Roder # :
Em caso de dúvida, pense e codifique.
William Roder # :
Em caso de dúvida, pense e codifique.

boa noite, Wiliam!

Estou retomando meus estudos.

Deus o abençoe!

Miguel Angel Vico Alba #:

Hi Camila,

you will find hundreds of examples in the CodeBase section. (https://www.mql5.com/en/code)

It doesn't mention if it is for MQL4 or MQL5. Make sure of that when you do the search.

good night, Miguel!