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capper
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hi i have a problem with this code, sometimes tradestation give me the error: exception flt divide by zero.

Value1 = 100 * ( (high - open) / range[1] );
Plot1 ( Value1 );
plot2 ( 35 ) ;

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hi i have a problem with this code, sometimes tradestation give me the error: exception flt divide by zero.

Value1 = 100 * ( (high - open) / range[1] );
Plot1 ( Value1 );
plot2 ( 35 ) ;

Quite normal since you don't check if range[1] is different from 0.

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Quite normal since you don't check if range[1] is different from 0.


ok thanks i forgot to put [1]

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ok thanks i forgot to put [1]

I don't know if you mean it, but in order to divide two figures you
have to make sure that the denominator isn't 0. Your current bar's
range can also be 0 if open = high = low = close.

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I don't know if you mean it, but in order to divide two figures you
have to make sure that the denominator isn't 0. Your current bar's
range can also be 0 if open = high = low = close.

Yes I know I had already tried to put the denominator <> 0 but I forgot this [1]

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