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stargazer
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stargazer 2011.10.16 14:09 

Hi everyone:

I have been needless to say, one hardcore MQL4 fan for all these years.  And I want to be an equally good one at MQL5! I hope for some advice, directions esp. from those who have been through such learning "transition".

I have a little stint and experience programming in OOP, using Java, J2ee. So I grabbed my first MQL5 article by author Samuel: https://www.mql5.com/en/articles/116

And I am so excited.  Amidst the excitement, I become somewhat directionless, while some of the things in the article is very new and quite confusing. 

My qns are:

(1) What learning approach has been useful for you?

(2) What I needed to better know first than the other, before jumping and banging on the keyboard with the Classes like Trade.mqh?

(3) Any common pitfalls that MQL 4 people face? What I should look out for?


Thank YOU.

Writing an Expert Advisor Using the MQL5 Object-Oriented Programming Approach
  • 2010.07.12
  • Samuel
  • www.mql5.com
This article focuses on the object oriented approach to doing what we did in the article "Step-By-Step Guide to writing an Expert Advisor in MQL5 for Beginners" - creating a simple Expert Advisor. Most people think this is difficult, but I want to assure you that by the time you finish reading this article, you will be able to write your own Expert Advisor which is object oriented based.
Andrei Moraru
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Andrei Moraru 2011.10.17 16:26  

Look at some MQL4 code and its converted MQL5 version. It will help you to understand the most fundamental differences.
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