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Quite often TC2000 already has a column that would be a "start" very near what I want for myself. As it stands now, I think people have to ASK for help or examples after SEARCHING through the forums.
Can you please, from within tc2000, provide the EDIT feature that would let users view and change the code for existing indicators that can be used as pre defined columns. If you wanted to safeguard those basic columns, you could give the user the access to the code but force the user to copy and past his own changes to a new file name.
This way users do not have to look or search elsewhere. They can easily see the indicator for a predefined column, or chart, and read the code. Then, whether they are able to change the code themselves, or not, they have an instant starting point.
The definitions of the existing indicators already provided does not work for this purpose becase those indicators are not shown with "copy and paste" code that allows them to be immediately used in a column or chart. What I am asking would assure the user that they are starting with code that already works.
I DID really want and use Wilders Smoothed RSI (as that is what I use on my charts that works for me) so I really needed your clarification of my question.
The formula you gave seemed to answer a different question that I asked.
I want to know if the current bar is greater than ANY of the past x bars, and the formula you wrote for me seemed to say AND so my result question would not be correctly answered as your formula would require the current bar higher than ALL the past X bars rather than ANY one of them. I was also not clear about whether your formula referred to Wilders smoothed or the other RSI's that are in telechart but graph far differently.
So let me re state: Is it possible that the Wilders smoothed RSI that is available on the charts cannot be used in the conditions or easy scans users make if they try to refer back to prior values?
Or again, even using your individual day example, just so I don't miss something, can you please write for me again your specific code version that would give a T-F answer to my original question
Current bar Wilders smoothed 14 bar RSI is greater than the greatest Wilders smoothed 14 bar RSI over the prior 4 bars (excuding the current bar).
So if the current bar Wilders smoothed 14 bar RSI was 70, and the past 4 bars of Wilders smoothed 14 bar RSI were 68,71,66,65 then the result is false.If the current bar Wilders smoothed RSI was 72, then the result is true.
thank you again for your prior fast response
I want to compare the current bar to the maximum (could have been minimum) of the last x bars back. The formula seemingly must exclude the current bar as the current bar is never higher than itself.
Can you please show me the code that would return:
(Please include any additional detailed formatting explanations that I did think to ask for, like any extra dots after RSI)
Current bar RSI14 is greater than the greatest RSI14 over the prior 4 bars (excuding the current bar).
So if the current bar RSI14 was 70, and the past 4 bars RSI14 were 68,71,66,65 then the result is false.If the current bar RSI14 was 72, then the result is true.