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  • pstrusi
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    Thanks Lance. I just wanted to be sure that this assignment will be like this using that math function.

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  • NinjaTrader_Lance
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    Hello,

    The statement T= Math.Sign( T ); is valid assuming T is a valid input

    You can see the outcome by doing something like this

    Print(T);
    T= Math.Sign( T );
    Print(T);

    I don't know that I fully understand your question, but the above would have a similar result as doing something like

    T = T+28;//sets the new value of T to the current value + 28

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  • pstrusi
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    can anybody of support team answer my basic question ?

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  • pstrusi
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    A very simple programming question

    Hi ninjas,

    As we know, in programming you can set this sentence ( typical counters in looping )

    for (int x = 0; x < 100; x++)
    {
    Print("NinjaTrader");
    }

    Where the new value of X is updated adding 1 to the old value. Giving this property, I'd like to do this but being sure that I ain't gonna get any dynamical error:

    T= Math.Sign( T )

    Is gonna this sentence set the new value of T, calculating the sign for the old T value?

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