Date/Time: Tue, 23 Jan 2018 06:19:34 +0000
|WHum7812 - Posts: 11|
With regard to the function AddLineUntilFutureIntersection, could you please explain to me exactly how a line is cut off once price comes back up (or down) and intersects the line drawn by the function. I would LOVE to look at the actual code it uses in order to see how it fully manipulates the references for all the lines (adding and deleting the reference once cut is completed) and cuts the lines. This would really help me out with a piece of code I am writing for my own study.
I have tried to figure this out on my own and so far had no success. Please help.
Thank you very much and Happy Holidays,
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56390
The line stops when it hits a future price.
The index of the chart bar where that happens is simply remembered and the line stops drawing at that point.
This is all. But the way these lines are implemented is totally different than ACSIL.
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