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Gilari Decosta
2011-01-19 02:02:07


Sir,
May You provide me equation to get PREVIOUS DAY HIGH AND LOW in intraday chart equations ?
With thanks
Gilari



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2011-01-19 05:09:49

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To get previous day high and low using intraday data:
a = HistoPrice(_close, 1);

Using historical data:
a = TimeframeGetSeries(-1, close, LastData);



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