Coding Indicator Prorealtime

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Old Jan 22, 2008, 7:33pm   #1
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Coding Indicator Prorealtime

can anyone code an idicator for pro real time??

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Old Jan 22, 2008, 9:09pm   #2
 
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Question Re: Coding Indicator Prorealtime

which one do u want.?
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Old Jan 22, 2008, 10:07pm   #3
 
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In the first instance, I recommend that you check the site as there are a large number of indicators already coded.
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In the first instance, I recommend that you check the site as there are a large number of indicators already coded.
already done, this is a custom one and not currently on the site...
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Old Apr 22, 2009, 8:11am   #5
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I've coded a few simple indicators for Prorealtime but I can't figure out how to create one that will put a visible mark above and below bars that qualify as 'Fractals'.

A Fractal, as I use it, is simply a high that has two lower highs to the left and two lower highs to the right; and a low that has two higher lows to the left and two higher lows to the right.

I just want these bar highs and lows to stand out without me having to peer at the screen.

Does anyone have any ideas how to code them; or maybe they're already coded? I think the word 'Fractal' is from Bill Williams; but the end result is the same as a Demark TL2.
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I've coded a few simple indicators for Prorealtime but I can't figure out how to create one that will put a visible mark above and below bars that qualify as 'Fractals'.

A Fractal, as I use it, is simply a high that has two lower highs to the left and two lower highs to the right; and a low that has two higher lows to the left and two higher lows to the right.

I just want these bar highs and lows to stand out without me having to peer at the screen.

Does anyone have any ideas how to code them; or maybe they're already coded? I think the word 'Fractal' is from Bill Williams; but the end result is the same as a Demark TL2.
A quick and dirty solution would be to add a new indicator which returns 1 when High[5] < high[3], high[4] < high[3] etc and 0 at all other times. You can then set an alarm on this.
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Old Apr 22, 2009, 9:50am   #7
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In broad terms, usually you can grab some sample code from another indicator and then use that to give you a guide to the correct syntax. That's really all I do when I write pretty much any code - vba / macros etc etc
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