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  1. "Multicharts must be run with Administrator Privileges in order to register a new Data Feed" Alert on Launch
  2. 1-2-3 Reversal
  3. 1. Basic Skills
  4. 1st Hour Breakout
  5. 2. Basic Definitions
  6. 3.1. How to Create a .NET Indicator
  7. 3.2 How to Create a .NET Strategy
  8. 3.3 Debugging
  9. 4.1 How Indicators and Signals are Calculated
  10. 4.2 Data Access
  11. 4.3 Plotting on the Chart
  12. 4.4 Output, Alerts and Expert Commentary
  13. 4.5 Functions and Special Variables
  14. 4.6.10 Advanced. Portfolio
  15. 4.6.11 Advanced. AutoTrading
  16. 4.6.1 Orders
  17. 4.6.2 Special Orders
  18. 4.6.3 Strategy Performance
  19. 4.6.4 Backtest and Optimization
  20. 4.6.5 Real-time
  21. 4.6.6 Calculation per Bar
  22. 4.6.7 Price Movement Emulation within the Bar at Backtest and Optimization
  23. 4.6.8 Commissions and Slippage
  24. 4.6.9 Advanced. How The Strategy Backtesting Engine works
  25. 4.6 Strategies
  26. 4.7.1 Chart Custom Draw
  27. 4.7.2 Chart ToolBar
  28. 4.7.3.1 Access to the symbols from QuoteManager. SymbolStorage
  29. 4.7.4 Receiving the data for any symbol and any resolution. DataLoader
  30. 4.7.5.1 TradeManager.Basic statements.
  31. 4.7.5.2.1 Collections elements.
  32. 4.7.5.2 Receiving Data. TradingData.
  33. 4.7.5.3 Trading Functionality. TradingProfiles
  34. 4.7.6 Volume Profile
  35. 5. Compilation. Modules and assembly handling
  36. 6.1 Debugging with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010/2012
  37. 6.2 Debugging with Microsoft Visual Studio Express
  38. A
  39. AMP MC .NET Special Edition Study DRM
  40. ARW New Self BN
  41. ASCII Export Scheduler
  42. AUD
  43. Abort
  44. Additional Information Sources
  45. Alligator
  46. An
  47. ArcTangent
  48. ArraySize
  49. ArrayStartAddr
  50. Array Compare

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