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Date/Time: Wed, 24 Jan 2018 03:58:02 +0000



Number of Trades

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[2018-01-02 22:46:48]
Crtfyd - Posts: 191
I am using a Number of Trades Chart set to 100

For a Simple Alert, how would I reference the bars within one second?

In other words, There are two bars for 9:34:07 (9:34:07.006 & 9:34:07.019).

If I wanted a simple alert to alert me when 2 bars are within the 9:34:07 time frame, what Simple alert would I use since its dealing with a fraction of a second?

Thanks
[2018-01-03 04:44:34]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56424
We need to spend some time to look into this. Probably we should create some Spreadsheet comparison functions to compare to the nearest millisecond, second, minute and hour.
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[2018-01-04 20:50:44]
Crtfyd - Posts: 191
I'm thinking something like: BARTIME[-1] < (L < L[-1]) < BARTIME[1]

to represent 2 bars with the same "seconds" time (ie:2 bars 9:45:06.004 & 9:45:06.102 ) where the Low of the .004 bar is lower than the .102 bar.

But I don't know how to address the BARTIME
[2018-01-04 21:22:58]
Crtfyd - Posts: 191
I tried: =AND ( TIME[-1] < (L<L[-1]) < TIME[1] )

...but it doesn't work either
[2018-01-05 02:23:19]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56424
This is what you will need to use but it is not yet supported:
=ISSAMETIMETOSECOND(BARTIME[-1]), (BARTIME[0])

Allow a few days for this.
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[2018-01-10 16:14:03]
Crtfyd - Posts: 191
Is the last response by you supported yet?
Thx
[2018-01-10 17:21:21]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 56424
No not yet. Probably not for another week.
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[2018-01-10 17:34:09]
tomgilb - Posts: 1755
This works:
=FLOOR(BARTIME,1/86400)=FLOOR(BARTIME[-1],1/86400)

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