TradeStation EasyLanguage Tutorials: Multiple-Output Functions:

TradeStation EasyLanguage Tutorial
Multiple Output Functions
In this TradeStation EasyLanguage Tutorial we will show one of the most powerful methods in TradeStation EasyLanguage, which is developing multiple–output functions using by ref parameters. This concept allow you to write very reusable functions and we will use several TradeStation functions in our example.

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Using Easylanguage for non programmers

See the talk that Murray gave during TradeStation Labs. Having authored more than 180 articles and being contributing editor to Futures magazine, Murray in this talk shows how non programmers can program their ideas using  EasyLanguage. This is a great starting point before reading Using EasyLanguage for 9.X. In this talk he explains how to think about programming trading ideas so that non programmers have a plan of attack when using EasyLanguage.  Murray relates programming trading ideas to following a recipe for cooking. He then shows step by step how to develop a recipe for a simple TradeStation strategy and shows you how to develop that idea using EasyLanguage.

Intermarket Divergence Software Part 2

This is the second part of our video series on using Murray Ruggiero Intermarket Divergence Pro tool . You can on this site get a free easylanguage code for a simplified version of this tool. In case you missed it, please check out the first part of this series.

Using Third Party Data In TradeStation

Using third party data in TradeStation is a very important feature. There are various reasons for this importance. First of all, other data sources have different ways of rolling futures, and some data is not available in TradeStation. The second reason is more important for small traders.

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EasyLanguage Tutorial The Basics

This EasyLanguage  tutorial is a starting point to your long term goal of learning to program your ideas in TradeStation . TradeStation is one of the most powerful tools  available to all levels of traders, however it takes quite awhile to master the language. Dubbed “EasyLanguage” for its relative ease of use, TradeStation developers need to know the ins and outs of the language in order to take full advantage of the platform.

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