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zIndicators


These are function and calculation indicators.

As an example the window for the zSub (subtraction) is shown.

On there you select the period (O/N/H), the 2 values for calculation, in this case the calculation will be High - Low, the number of bars back for the value 1 (in this case the High and the value is zero, meaning the bar itself), the number of bars back for the value 2 (in this case the Low and the value is zero, meaning the bar itself).

On these indicators you can use bars values (O/H/L/C/V/T) or other indicator values, just select from the dropdown list.

The indicators at this moment are

zAdd
Add two bar values or indicator values.

zAddConst
Add a constant to and indicator

zBarNumber
Return the c bar number

zDiv
Divide two bar values or indicator values.

zDivConst
Divide value by a constant.

zGreaterThanConst
Returns value if value is greater than a constant

zInt
Return the integer part of  value

zLessThanConst
Returns value if value is less than a constant

zMax
Finds the maximum of n bars values or the maximum of n indicators values.

zMergePOSNEG
Will merge the positive values of a indicator to the negative values of a second indicator.

zMin
Finds the minimum of n bars values or the maximum of n indicators values.

zMul
Multiply two bar values or indicator values.

zMulConst
Multiply value by a constant.

zNegatives
Returns the negative part of indicator.

zPositives
Returns the positive part of indicator.

zPowerOf
Returns the power of indicator by n.

zSQRT
Returns the square root of indicator.

zSub
Subtract two bar values or indicator values.

zSubConst
Subtract a constant from indicator.

zSum
Do the summation of n bar values or n indicator values.

zTally
Add the values of the indicator to the current tally.

 


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