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:
The TradingView scripting language allows for making indicators and strategies that run in the cloud.
The TradingView articles include:
- How to set indicator properties programmatically in TradingView?
- How to use 'random' colours in TradingView?
- How to shift a coloured TradingView background to the past or future?
- How to set a TradingView's strategy default order size to a fixed quantity?
- Why TradingView doesn't follow pyramiding settings: using strategy.order()
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:
- Trend line trading: using a manually drawn trend line as a (trailing) stop-loss
- UpdateOnEveryTick: calculate an indicator only on bar close (or not)
- Working with the help in the PowerLanguage .NET Editor
- Extending a MultiCharts .NET trend line to its past and future values
- How to exit a strategy position prior to the close of trading?
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:
- For loops in C#: step-by-step and visually explained
- Tip: use short-circuit evaluation in C# to prevent exceptions
- How do the prefix and postfix increment and decrement operators work in C#?
- Working with fall through cases in the C# switch statement
- Operator precedence and associativity in C#: the order of operations examined
I can also offer a bit of help when you have a quick programming question. But time-consuming questions (like debugging code) and requests (like freelancing) are outside of what I have currently time for, unfortunately.