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#1 Posted : Sunday, June 27, 2021 5:16:25 PM(UTC)
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t1 = OscP( 12, 26 ); Cond1a = Cross ( t1, MACD() ); Cond1b = MACD() > -1 AND MACD() < 0; Cond1 = Cond1a AND Cond1b; Cond2 = MACD() > Signal() - .5; Cond3 = Cross( 0, t1 );

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, June 29, 2021 2:41:10 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: alsaad_1122 Go to Quoted Post

t1 = OscP( 12, 26 ); Cond1a = Cross ( t1, MACD() ); Cond1b = MACD() > -1 AND MACD() < 0; Cond1 = Cond1a AND Cond1b; Cond2 = MACD() > Signal() - .5; Cond3 = Cross( 0, t1 );

Hi,

These would all be similar to variables in MetaStock. In order for the code to plot/execute something, the variables would need to be called in some fashion at the end of the formulas. Assuming the first variable is similar to our Price Oscillator, the function has additional criteria that must be added (I added Exponential and Percent, but other options could be used). I'm also unsure what the "Signal" function is but if it is a reference to the MACD Signal Line (which is a moving average of the MACD) it could be written as per below:

Code:
t1:=OscP(12,26,E,%);
Cond1a:=Cross(t1,MACD());
Cond1b:=MACD() > -1 AND MACD() < 0;
Cond1:=Cond1a AND Cond1b;
Cond2:=MACD() > Mov(MACD(),9,E) - .5;
Cond3:=Cross(0,t1);

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, June 29, 2021 10:27:15 PM(UTC)
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Thank you...creative

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