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emptyvault
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from a novice user

Postby emptyvault » 17 May 2009

First of all , sorry , I know this question is a little dump but I am a novice about MC .
I know it must be included in MC but maybe I have got a blind spot about it .

I want to get a value of highest high in a data array , eg close or any indicator value, for the past say 20 days . What is the function name ? Used to be I use metastock and the name is hhv , means highest value . I read the pdf user manual and just got the high and higher , and the max function , etc .

I browsed and browsed and help and pdf manual but still cannot see the thing I want . What is the proper function about it ?

sorry and thanks .

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Postby arnie » 17 May 2009

Hi

Have you tried highest(High,20)

You have also:

highest_a
highest_array
highestbar
highestFC

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Fernando

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Postby emptyvault » 17 May 2009

thanks !
I know MC must has these kind of indicator function , but why can't I find it in the pdf manual . Did I miss something ?

Sorry that I have just start to use MC for a while only ....

Where can I find a complete list or manual about the easy language for the built in indicator/function ? I can only see the function you mentioned in the list but I cannot see the syntax .

thanks .

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Postby arnie » 17 May 2009

You can find the all the online tutorials HERE

The Funtions & Reserved Words Reference eBook can be find in the page linked above in HERE

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Postby TJ » 17 May 2009

there is a dictionary in your PowerEditor.

go to View > Navigation Bar

everything is there.


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