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                                                   Turning the present value of an array into AN INTEGER (not array)?

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Josh McCormick
2020-07-11 21:05:20


I am working with a function that requires the input to be an integer, and only an integer.
The input value *cannot be an array*.

The problem *CANNOT BE SOLVED* like this:
cl = ref(close,0);

Why? Because cl is yet another array at the current offset.

Is there any way to create an integer type variable which holds the current single value from an array?

Actually, let me go ahead and give you the real problem.

period=Round (Ht_DCPeriod(),0);
s = relative_vigor_index_signal(period);
plot(s, "Signal", colorRed, ChartLine, StyleBringToFront|StyleWidth2);

I'm using HT_DCPeriod to provide my period. (The output is in the 10-30 range.) This works well for a number of indicators, but there are a few (like relative_vigor_index_signal) which just seems to barf on it. I've verified that I end up with an integer in the 10-30 range. And if I say "period=30" it works. But if I try an array of numbers (like close) it fails.

A message "Error in formula relative_vigor" flashes on the plot.
The code for relative_vigor_index_signal is as follows:

var p : int = period[0];
var formula : String = "p = " + p + ";v1 = ((close-open)+(2*Ref(close-open,1))+(2*Ref(close-open,2))+Ref(close-open,3))/6;v2 = ((high-low)+(2*Ref(high-low,1))+(2*Ref(high-low,2))+Ref(high-low,3))/6;d = iff(Sum(v2,p)==0, 0.0001, Sum(v2,p));rvi = Sum(v1, p)/d;rviS = (rvi+Ref(2*rvi,1)+Ref(2*rvi,2)+Ref(rvi,3))/6;";

result = cFunctions.CompileFormula(formula).GetVectorDouble("rviS");


Thanks again,
Josh



QuantShare
2020-07-13 13:10:40

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Josh,

The formula is working well. It it is named: relative_vigor_index_signal then simply use something like that in QuantShare and it should work:

a = relative_vigor_index_signal(10);
plot(a, "");



Josh McCormick
2020-07-13 20:50:12

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Here's a simplified version of what I'm wanting to do:

period=Round (HT_DCPeriod(),0);
s = relative_vigor_index_signal(period);

The function HT_DCPeriod is designed to return the ideal period for many different functions, so I'm wanting to use the value it provides as my period.
Unfortunately, my chart is flashing a message which says, "Compilation error in 'relative_vigor_index': Type mismatch

This fails, too:
s = relative_vigor_index_signal(Round (HT_DCPeriod(),0));
plot(s, "IndexSig", colorPurple, ChartLine, StyleBringToFront|StyleWidth2);
That doesn't flash a message, but it doesn't plot the line and at the top it says "IndexSig: NaN".

I'm needing some help getting this to allow me to use a *dynamic* variable (not just "period=10") or a function for my input period.

HELP?



QuantShare
2020-07-18 11:22:05

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The "relative_vigor_index_signal" implementation gets the first value of the "period" variable/vector to make calculation.
var p : int = period[0];

If the value returned by:
Round (HT_DCPeriod(),0) is Nan or something not numeric then it will create issues.



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