TradingCode programming articles
With the accessible PowerLanguage scripting language, MultiCharts indicators and trading strategies can be made quickly and easily.
Examples of MultiCharts articles are:
- Creating text boxes with mouse click data from any data series
- How to find out if a left or right mouse button clicked on the MultiCharts chart?
- Tip: exit multiple nested loops at once with a function
- SameExitFromOneEntryOnce: reusing exit orders in MultiCharts strategies
- Locating a mouse click's bar number in MultiCharts
The TradingView scripting language allows for making indicators and strategies that run in the cloud.
The TradingView articles include:
- How to set the price scale of a TradingView strategy programmatically?
- Why does the same colour not always look the same in TradingView?
- How to use 'random' colours in TradingView?
- How to overlay a TradingView indicator on the price chart?
- How to configure a trading strategy in TradingView with code?
With the MultiCharts .NET platform, indicators and trading strategies can be created with the powerful C# programming language.
A couple of MultiCharts .NET articles are:
- Calling the Strategy Performance Report through the Command Line
- How long before a trend line reaches some future price value in MultiCharts .NET?
- Tutorial: creating a MultiCharts .NET indicator
- Working with session information in MultiCharts .NET
- Conditionally ‘debugging’ with preprocessor directives in the PowerLanguage .NET Editor
C# is a modern, general-purpose, object-oriented programming language that can be used to achieve practically anything.
A few of the C# articles are:
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