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finstudio

Member Since Dec 08, 2010  36 posts FinStudio (finstudio) May 16 2011 at 14:53
>> btw, the other guy that uploaded that code, might you ask him if he could complicate that bloated code any
>> more than he did?

Bloated ?? How so ?

finstudio

Member Since Dec 08, 2010  36 posts FinStudio (finstudio) May 16 2011 at 16:18

zzzero posted:
/*
i left out this part, cuz you were so awesomely rude.

dink.

*/



LOL !! Since he was 'awesomely rude', you could have simply avoided posting or responding altogether !!


Seems like you are a person with an attitude.

spotfx

Member Since Apr 13, 2011  16 posts Spotfx (spotfx) May 16 2011 at 16:31
zzzero, for 'awesomely rude' why not take a look in the mirror my friend! You posted the pointless and offensive pic without cause, not I.

As for Finstudio's kind contribution ~ whether the code is complex or bloated I know not and care even less. What I do know is that it does exactly what I require, was posted with courteousness and for both I am most grateful to him.

I have no idea why u continue(d) to post after I thanked Finstudio and said it was what I was looking for.

Why not move along now, there's a good lad!wink

zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero May 16 2011 at 20:54
I, KIND SIR, HAVE BEEN ACCUSED AND CONVICTED OF BEING MANY DIFFERENT THINGS.

BUT, BEING A GOOD LAD IS NOT ONE OF THOSE THINGS.

GOOD DAY.
 

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finstudio

Member Since Dec 08, 2010  36 posts FinStudio (finstudio) May 17 2011 at 03:32

zzzero posted:
    I, KIND SIR, HAVE BEEN ACCUSED AND CONVICTED OF BEING MANY DIFFERENT THINGS.

BUT, BEING A GOOD LAD IS NOT ONE OF THOSE THINGS.

GOOD DAY.
 


Whatever, dude !!

zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero May 17 2011 at 05:15
no, not whatever...



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finstudio

Member Since Dec 08, 2010  36 posts FinStudio (finstudio) May 17 2011 at 05:47
Got something original to contribute ?

zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero May 17 2011 at 06:31
finstudio posted:
Got something original to contribute ?




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finstudio

Member Since Dec 08, 2010  36 posts FinStudio (finstudio) May 17 2011 at 06:41
zzzero posted:

OrderModify(TICKET,OPENPRICE,STOPLOSS,TAKEPROFIT,EXPIRATION,CLR_NONE);



No error handling nor any validations.

Crappy newbie code.

zzzero

Member Since Jan 26, 2011  1367 posts zzzero May 17 2011 at 06:54
i actually have been writing code since early 1983.

it would be a stretch to refer to me as a newbie.

my first computer was an atari 400.

i learned by writing atari basic and then i moved up to writing raw machine code.

in 1991, i was introduced to the C language.

i stated that i was leaving out a portion of the code, hence no error handling.

all of the UPPERCASE variables, such as STOPLOSS and TAKEPROFIT, would have been handled directly in the small block of code that i left out.

now, shall we continue the little pissing match?

or perhaps you might like to talk coding with somebody that actually enjoys coding?

regards,

edward/.



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