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rajatheroyal

easy language how to cancel orders in backtesting

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hi guys..i want to backtest a simple system....i have only end of day data ....my conditions are as follows:

i just want to buy 50 points above open ..each day... and exit at end of day ....for this i tried the following code

[ intrabar order is enabled in the setttings]


//===========================================

if marketposition=0 then buy next bar at open +50 stop;

setexitonclose;

//===========================================
the problem with this code is that suppose on a day buy condition is not met on a particular day..it doesnt cancel the order and buys next day using previous day open adding 50 to it...(instead of using current day open...)

how to solve this?

this is very very simple system..how to code this...

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