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Tutorial 69 – The basics of EasyLanguage two dimensional arrays

Welcome to tutorial 69 in this series of tutorials designed to help you learn to code in TradeStation EasyLanguage.

This simple tutorial demonstrates how to create a two dimensional array, using TradeStation EasyLanguage. I demonstrate how to store data in specific elements of the array and then how to run through simple For Begin …End loops to see the values in the array.

A video below explains the tutorial in more detail.

Tutorial 69 Video – Creating, using and displaying the values in a two dimensional array

The following is the program created in this tutorial:

Arrays: Tutorial69[2,9]( 0 );
Once
Begin
ClearPrintLog;
Tutorial69[1,5] = C;
Tutorial69[2,9] = T;
For Value1 = 1 to 2
Begin
For Value2 = 1 to 9
Begin
Print(“MaxBarsBack “,MaxBarsBack,” Tutorial69[ “,Value1,” , “,Value2,” ]”,Tutorial69[Value1,Value2]);
End;
End;
End;

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EasyLanguage is a programming language that is part of the TradeStation trading platform. It can be used to write programs to help in the technical analysis and trading of foreign exchange (forex or FX), commodities (e.g. the Dow e-mini, S&P e-mini etc), options, and stocks.