C# .NET vs. EasyLanguage

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orvillewright
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C# .NET vs. EasyLanguage

Postby orvillewright » 16 Oct 2012

Hi,

Can you please explain me what's the difference between C# and EasyLanguage?

Which one of these languages will provide me better performance?

Is C# stable enough? can I use C# as my primary development language?


Have you encountered any bugs while programming in C# ?

Thanks!

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Re: C# .NET vs. EasyLanguage

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 16 Oct 2012

Hello orvillewright,

C# and PowerLanguage are two different programming languages with different reserved words and syntax. C# is for experienced programmers. PowerLanguage is an easy language for begginners. C# provides more flexibility and functionality.
Generally Multicharts.NET with C# works faster for complex calculations compared to Multicharts with PowerLanguage.

PowerLanguage:
You can find useful information about coding on the PowerLanguage at this web page under Additional information sources:
https://www.multicharts.com/trading-soft ... on_Sources
Complete list of PowerLanguage Keywords can be found at this page under PowerLanguage Keyword Reference section:
https://www.multicharts.com/trading-soft ... /Main_Page

C#:
You can find the description of the reserved words in PowerLanguage .Net Editor Help tab->PowerLanguage .Net Help.
You can reference the prebuilt studies as code examples.

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Re: C# .NET vs. EasyLanguage

Postby orvillewright » 16 Oct 2012

Thank you for your well detailed reply.

How long MultiCharts has been supporting C# ?
Is C# stable enough ?

Thanks

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Re: C# .NET vs. EasyLanguage

Postby Henry MultiСharts » 17 Oct 2012

MultiCharts .Net was released in July this year.
This is a stable application and programming language.


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