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General Discussion · Calling a filter from another filter
gofortips
msg #135091
3/24/2017 12:22:53 AM

Thank you Kevin, I think I can mange it but I hope SF will develop this feature in the future.

General Discussion · Calling a filter from another filter
gofortips
msg #135008
3/20/2017 1:15:51 PM

The idea is to develop some simple filters and combine them by calling each one from a main filter. Something like calling a subroutine or function. Is it possible to do it?
Example:

1 - Filter1
2 - Filter2
3 - Filter3

4 - MainFilter {
Filter1
Filter2
Filter3
}




General Discussion · Using One of My Filters Inside Another Filter
gofortips
msg #134860
modified
3/11/2017 1:12:27 AM

Hello,
I'm relatively new to StockFetcher.
I want to use one of my filters inside another filter of mine.
I mean, to call the first filter as a subroutine inside the script of the second one.
How can I do it? I've tried but it didn't work for me.
Thanks

General Discussion · Number of days as a parametric value
gofortips
msg #134075
2/6/2017 2:23:33 PM

Hello,
Suppose we write the following script:

set{MinClose, 5}
set{StudiedPeriod, 20}
Show stocks where close is above MinClose for the last StudiedPeriod days

Then, although the value of "MinClose " is replaced by its value into the last line of the code, it's not the case with "StudiedPeriod". Its value is not replaced into the code.
Does somebody know some way to solve the problem?



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