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How do I change historical data in a series?

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Rusti
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Hi all!
I am writing an indicator in MultiCharts and ran into such a problem.
I declare the series "private VariableSeries <Double> v1;".
I write the data "v1.Value = 100;"
I want to change the history data "v1 [10] = 50;"
The program swears. He says that you can only read.
How do I change historical data in a series?
Thanks!

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Rusti View Post
Hi all!
I am writing an indicator in MultiCharts and ran into such a problem.
I declare the series "private VariableSeries <Double> v1;".
I write the data "v1.Value = 100;"
I want to change the history data "v1 [10] = 50;"
The program swears. He says that you can only read.
How do I change historical data in a series?
Thanks!

If on the current bar you say v1=50 then 10 bars from now, if you reference v1[10] it will equal 50.

The history is created as each bar passes, and you cannot go back and change that.

Or maybe I misunderstood your question.

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Rusti,

you could for example use a List instead of VariableSeries. This would allow you to change values at an index.

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ABCTG


Rusti View Post
Hi all!
I am writing an indicator in MultiCharts and ran into such a problem.
I declare the series "private VariableSeries <Double> v1;".
I write the data "v1.Value = 100;"
I want to change the history data "v1 [10] = 50;"
The program swears. He says that you can only read.
How do I change historical data in a series?
Thanks!


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Rusti,

you could for example use a List instead of VariableSeries. This would allow you to change values at an index.

Regards,

ABCTG

Thanks for the tip.
Can't find List. Can you tell us in more detail? What is this variable? What is her name in the MCH? And then I myself.
Thanks in advance!!!

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Rusti,

this should get you started: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/csharp/programming-guide/concepts/collections

Regards,

ABCTG


Rusti View Post
Thanks for the tip.
Can't find List. Can you tell us in more detail? What is this variable? What is her name in the MCH? And then I myself.
Thanks in advance!!!


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