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samjesse
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samjesse 2011.09.02 18:22 

Hi

In the Navigator window, under Indicators > Trend. I see few indicators, I like to place a breakpoint and step over the steps to learn how few of them work. But do not know how to open them in the MetaEditor since I can not find them in the Navigator window there.


thx

Rashid Umarov
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Rashid Umarov 2011.09.02 18:37  
samjesse:

Hi

In the Navigator window, under Indicators > Trend. I see few indicators, I like to place a breakpoint and step over the steps to learn how few of them work. But do not know how to open them in the MetaEditor since I can not find them in the Navigator window there.

This possibility is  available to debug just custom indicators.
Step on New Rails: Custom Indicators in MQL5
  • 2009.11.23
  • Андрей
  • www.mql5.com
I will not list all of the new possibilities and features of the new terminal and language. They are numerous, and some novelties are worth the discussion in a separate article. Also there is no code here, written with object-oriented programming, it is a too serous topic to be simply mentioned in a context as additional advantages for developers. In this article we will consider the indicators, their structure, drawing, types and their programming details, as compared to MQL4. I hope that this article will be useful both for beginners and experienced developers, maybe some of them will find something new.
samjesse
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samjesse 2011.09.02 23:18  
Can I make a copy of a built-in indicator and make it a  custom indicator to play around with?
Step on New Rails: Custom Indicators in MQL5
  • 2009.11.23
  • Андрей
  • www.mql5.com
I will not list all of the new possibilities and features of the new terminal and language. They are numerous, and some novelties are worth the discussion in a separate article. Also there is no code here, written with object-oriented programming, it is a too serous topic to be simply mentioned in a context as additional advantages for developers. In this article we will consider the indicators, their structure, drawing, types and their programming details, as compared to MQL4. I hope that this article will be useful both for beginners and experienced developers, maybe some of them will find something new.
Rashid Umarov
Admin
11988
Rashid Umarov 2011.09.03 05:13  
You don't need that. Each built-in indicator has his custom one in standard installation. Just open MetaEditor and look for custom indicators in Navigator.
Step on New Rails: Custom Indicators in MQL5
  • 2009.11.23
  • Андрей
  • www.mql5.com
I will not list all of the new possibilities and features of the new terminal and language. They are numerous, and some novelties are worth the discussion in a separate article. Also there is no code here, written with object-oriented programming, it is a too serous topic to be simply mentioned in a context as additional advantages for developers. In this article we will consider the indicators, their structure, drawing, types and their programming details, as compared to MQL4. I hope that this article will be useful both for beginners and experienced developers, maybe some of them will find something new.
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