Distinguing historical bars  [SOLVED]

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Distinguing historical bars

Postby flyscalper » 12 Jan 2013

Hello,

I wonder if is there any way to distinguish between "historical" versus "real time" bars from within a study or function. I have a function for logging trades in a file, but I want to do it only in real time not for the historical bars.

In another plattforms there is something like if (historical) bla bla. Is there something similar in Multicharts?

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Pablo

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Re: Distinguing historical bars

Postby TJ » 12 Jan 2013

flyscalper wrote:Hello,

I wonder if is there any way to distinguish between "historical" versus "real time" bars from within a study or function. I have a function for logging trades in a file, but I want to do it only in real time not for the historical bars.

In another plattforms there is something like if (historical) bla bla. Is there something similar in Multicharts?

Un saludo,

Pablo


Look up LASTBARONCHART

EasyLanguage Functions & Reserved Words Reference
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Re: Distinguing historical bars  [SOLVED]

Postby JoshM » 23 Jan 2013

flyscalper wrote:I wonder if is there any way to distinguish between "historical" versus "real time" bars from within a study or function. I have a function for logging trades in a file, but I want to do it only in real time not for the historical bars.

In another plattforms there is something like if (historical) bla bla. Is there something similar in Multicharts?

What TJ said, and also see the GetAppInfo reserved word (i.e., GetAppInfo(aiRealTimeCalc)).
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