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About the Indicator where the high of the day renews the high of the previous day

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LW11041104
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Thank you for your help.

The attached file is an indicator that plots and outputs an alert when the resolution is set to "Day" and the high of the day is greater than the high of the previous day, but when the resolution is set to 1 minute, it compares the current bar with the previous bar. I think.

So, even if the Resolution is set to 1 minute, I would like to output a plot and alerts when the high of the day updates the high of the previous day.

 
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if high[0]>high[1] then begin
  plot1(open);
  plot2(high);
  plot3(low);
  plot4(close);
  alert("High");
end

else  begin
    Noplot(1);
    Noplot(2);
    Noplot(3);
    Noplot(4);

end;

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LW11041104,

you have posted code here that demonstrates tracking a daily high on an intraday chart. You need a similar approach for this task and store this value in a new variable on a new day.
Then you can check if the current bar's high is greater than the value stored in the variable that holds yesterday's high.

Regards,

ABCTG


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Thank you for your help.

The attached file is an indicator that plots and outputs an alert when the resolution is set to "Day" and the high of the day is greater than the high of the previous day, but when the resolution is set to 1 minute, it compares the current bar with the previous bar. I think.

So, even if the Resolution is set to 1 minute, I would like to output a plot and alerts when the high of the day updates the high of the previous day.

 
Code
if high[0]>high[1] then begin
  plot1(open);
  plot2(high);
  plot3(low);
  plot4(close);
  alert("High");
end

else  begin
    Noplot(1);
    Noplot(2);
    Noplot(3);
    Noplot(4);

end;


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LW11041104
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Thank you for your reply.

Does that mean using functions or reserved words after having variables?

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LW11041104,

there are usually multiple ways to accomplish a goal in PowerLanguage. When you look at the original code you posted in the other thread, it shows how you can track the daily high using one variable and the reserved word high.

Regards,

ABCTG


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Thank you for your reply.

Does that mean using functions or reserved words after having variables?


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LW11041104
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Thank you for your reply.

You mentioned that you posted in another thread, could you please tell me which thread that is in?

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LW11041104,

we might misunderstand each other. I mentioned that you posted code and I included the link to that thread in my first reply in this thread.

Regards,

ABCTG


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Thank you for your reply.

You mentioned that you posted in another thread, could you please tell me which thread that is in?


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LW11041104
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Thank you for your reply.

So that's what you meant.
I understand.

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