indicator StoMoIndex

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indicator StoMoIndex

Postby nuno-online » 27 Jul 2009

Hi

when i test this indicator , i have value1=0
if someone can help me ?

Nuno

here the function

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{Type : Function, Name : NR_StoMoIndex}
input:
   length1(NumericSimple),
   length2(NumericSimple),
   length3(NumericSimple),
   StoMoIndex(numericref);
var:
HH(0),
LL(0);

HH = Highest(H,length1);
LL = Lowest (L,length1);

StoMoIndex = 100 * (XAverage(XAverage(C-(0.5*(HH+LL)),length2),length3) /
(0.5 * XAverage(XAverage(HH-LL,length2),length3)));

//NR_StoMoIndex = 1;


Here the indicator

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{***********************************************************
Description NR_StoMoIndex : This Indicator plots Stochastic Momentum Index.
***********************************************************}

Inputs: Length1(10), Length2(20), Length3(2), UpColor(green), DwnColor(magenta);
Variables: StoMoIndex(0);

Value1 = NR_StoMoIndex(length1,length2,length3,StoMoIndex);
plot1( Value1, "StoMoIndex" );
plot2(0, "Zero");

If value1>value1[1] then
   begin
   plot1[1](value1[1],"StoMoIndex",upcolor);
   plot1(value1,"StoMoIndex",upcolor);
   end
   else begin
   plot1[1](value1[1],"StoMoIndex",dwncolor);
   plot1(value1,"StoMoIndex",dwncolor);
   end;

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Postby TJ » 27 Jul 2009

{Type : Function, Name : NR_StoMoIndex}
input:
length1(NumericSimple),
length2(NumericSimple),
length3(NumericSimple),
StoMoIndex(numericref); <--- remove this line




{indicator ----------------------------------------}

Inputs: Length1(10), Length2(20), Length3(2), UpColor(green), DwnColor(magenta);
Variables: StoMoIndex(0);

Value1 = NR_StoMoIndex(length1,length2,length3,StoMoIndex); <-- remove StoMoIndex

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Postby nuno-online » 27 Jul 2009

i did it but the same result????

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{Type : Function, Name : NR_StoMoIndex}

input:
   length1(NumericSimple),
   length2(NumericSimple),
   length3(NumericSimple);

var:
HH(0),
LL(0),
StoMoIndex(0);

HH = Highest(H,length1);
LL = Lowest (L,length1);

StoMoIndex = 100 * (XAverage(XAverage(C-(0.5*(HH+LL)),length2),length3) /
(0.5 * XAverage(XAverage(HH-LL,length2),length3)));

//NR_StoMoIndex = 1;




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{**************************************************************************
Description NR_StoMoIndex : This Indicator plots Stochastic Momentum Index.
***************************************************************************}

Inputs: Length1(10), Length2(20), Length3(2), UpColor(green), DwnColor(magenta);
Variables: StoMoIndex(0);

Value1 = NR_StoMoIndex(length1,length2,length3);
plot1( Value1, "StoMoIndex" );
plot2(0, "Zero");

If value1>value1[1] then
   begin
   plot1[1](value1[1],"StoMoIndex",upcolor);
   plot1(value1,"StoMoIndex",upcolor);
   end
   else begin
   plot1[1](value1[1],"StoMoIndex",dwncolor);
   plot1(value1,"StoMoIndex",dwncolor);
   end;

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Postby TJ » 27 Jul 2009

i did it but the same result????




because you have done something else !!!

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Postby TJ » 27 Jul 2009

the function must have an output !!!




{Type : Function, Name : NR_StoMoIndex}
input:
length1(NumericSimple),
length2(NumericSimple),
length3(NumericSimple);

var:
HH(0),
LL(0);

HH = Highest(H,length1);
LL = Lowest (L,length1);

NR_StoMoIndex = 100 * (XAverage(XAverage(C-(0.5*(HH+LL)),length2),length3) /
(0.5 * XAverage(XAverage(HH-LL,length2),length3)));

//NR_StoMoIndex = 1;

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Postby nuno-online » 27 Jul 2009

ok!!!!

thank you TJ


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