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Old Apr 8, 2007, 8:20pm   #1
 
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what programming language do they use and from where i can get the manual?
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Old Apr 8, 2007, 10:55pm   #2
 
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Hi Risto,
I believe you can download a manual. You may need to register first of all.
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Old Apr 9, 2007, 11:09am   #3
 
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RISTO167 started this thread i have registered and there is manual but in it there is nothing about programming language.
in the screener menu there is help about functions but its not full list of functions.
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Old Apr 9, 2007, 12:01pm   #4
 
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i have registered and there is manual but in it there is nothing about programming language.
in the screener menu there is help about functions but its not full list of functions.

Hi RISTO

The full list of functions appear after clicking on "insert function" all you need to do then is select the function and is explained in the lower function help pane I will upload screenshot shortly to illustrate. (its on another pc you see )

To be honest I find it easier to use the assisted creation tab rather than writing one from scratch, but each to his own.

eg set up a chart of your fave indicator setup click on the chart and hey presto its written up for you. Its all very clever but you may need to do some editing to get it just right.
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Old Apr 10, 2007, 11:50am   #5
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Hi RISTO

The full list of functions appear after clicking on "insert function" all you need to do then is select the function and is explained in the lower function help pane I will upload screenshot shortly to illustrate. (its on another pc you see )

To be honest I find it easier to use the assisted creation tab rather than writing one from scratch, but each to his own.

eg set up a chart of your fave indicator setup click on the chart and hey presto its written up for you. Its all very clever but you may need to do some editing to get it just right.
I think there's also a reasonably active online community of developers, but as far as I know they're predominantly French. (or were, last time I looked into this, which to be fair was a few years ago). How are your language skills?

Still like the package though (although wouldn't necessarily swap it for my Reuters Kobra though).

Good luck.

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Old Apr 10, 2007, 2:13pm   #6
 
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RISTO167 started this thread thanks you for replays
Lightning McQueen yes I know the menu "insert functions"
I looked pre-built screen "Bullish Engulfing" code as good I remember ( cant check from work PC ) there was funtion "high 8 bars ago" or someting like that and I didnt found this function from insert function list.
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Old Apr 10, 2007, 5:27pm   #7
 
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thanks you for replays
Lightning McQueen yes I know the menu "insert functions"
I looked pre-built screen "Bullish Engulfing" code as good I remember ( cant check from work PC ) there was funtion "high 8 bars ago" or someting like that and I didnt found this function from insert function list.
Hi RISTO

Its all rattling around in there somewhere, the bit you cant find in your example im assuming is -

highpoint = HIGHEST[8](HIGH)

The word "highpoint" is not a function because it isn't illuminated, and comes before the = im guessing that you could use any word here as long as you replace "highpoint" with the same word through out the formula, try it.
"highpoint" just equals the sum of the function "HIGHEST[8](HIGH)" which is usable throughout your code.

HIGHEST is in the Time functions Category.

HIGH is in the Constants category.

It is a major headache when the manuals are thin on the ground with info for this I agree, you just have to use their examples to learn from.

Best help I can offer ATM - sorry

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Old Apr 10, 2007, 8:45pm   #8
 
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RISTO167 started this thread thanks I found it too
am must been blind that I didnt saw it earlier
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Old Apr 11, 2007, 8:26am   #9
 
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I think there's also a reasonably active online community of developers, but as far as I know they're predominantly French. (or were, last time I looked into this, which to be fair was a few years ago). How are your language skills?

Still like the package though (although wouldn't necessarily swap it for my Reuters Kobra though).

Good luck.

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Hi Gamma

Dont know about RISTO, I cant read French but the net these days is rather good at translating so I took your prompt and had a quick look, heres one on the proscreener, ready translated, for anyone thats interested there's plenty more, cheers for that.

http://uk.search.yahoo.com/language/...k&fr=yfp-t-501

Reuters Kobra, hadn't heard of that one, so had to have a look for it, looks cool,

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Old Apr 11, 2007, 11:50am   #10
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Hi Gamma

Dont know about RISTO, I cant read French but the net these days is rather good at translating so I took your prompt and had a quick look, heres one on the proscreener, ready translated, for anyone thats interested there's plenty more, cheers for that.

http://uk.search.yahoo.com/language/...k&fr=yfp-t-501

Reuters Kobra, hadn't heard of that one, so had to have a look for it, looks cool,

show off
Wouldn't advise using your own dough for Reuters unless you have v deep pockets (same for Bloomberg). Unless you're a wholesale trader the chances are you simply won't need most of the analytic functionality, so you're paying for a whole load of stuff you won't use. It's a nice product for FX though. I personally prefer Reuters to Bloomie any day.

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p.s. showing off would be if I had both ;-)
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