At the last few months i am experiencing a lot of problems with my MQL4 codes, EAs and indicators, each time metaqoutes releases an update.
The first time i post a comment in the forum and in the help desk but it didn't help at all, so the second time i didn't make the effort.
Now , which the problems became too many, i am considering to move to MQL5 as a solution but... is it?
Can anyone, who has made the transition from 4 to 5, advise me?
I am thinking if it's worth the trouble to rewrite the codes, but mainly, does MQL5 have less bugs than 4?
Thanks in advance.
It's not a good reason to move to mql5.
Don't avoid the problem, solve it.
Thanks for your response Alain Verleyen.
Some of them cannot be solved.
For example the fact that the iMAOnArrray function isn't working any more and two of my main indicators cannot be recompiled, is a thing that cannot be solved.
So i come to point that if i have to rewrite the indicators, should i consider to write them in MQL5?
Or is the same thing from the bug point of view?
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Should i move from MQL4 to MQL5 ?
Alain Verleyen, 2015.12.03 21:29
Thanks again for your response Alain.
I'll try it and let you know the results.
I moved from MT4 to MT5, and then back to MT4.
The reason for this is simply the differences between ordering processes.
Since i take on a lot of (multi symbol) hedge positions, it is a little bit easier to keep track of all tickets in MT4.