Time_Exchanges [SwetSwet]

The time exchange. The operating time of the exchanges.
Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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study(title="Time_Exchanges [SwetSwet]", shorttitle="TimeE_SS")
xx1 = input(7, "Russia begin")
yy1 = input(21, "Russia close")
tmf= iff((tt>=xx1 and tt<yy1),dd1,0)
plot(tmf, color=aqua, style=area, linewidth=2)
// russia2 7-16
xx6 = input(7, "RussiaFORTS begin")
yy6 = input(16, "RussiaFORTS close")
tmf6= iff((tt>=xx6 and tt<yy6),dd6,0)
plot(tmf6, color=blue, style=area, linewidth=1)

// london
xx2 = input(8, "London begin")
yy2 = input(16.5, "London close")
tmf2= iff((tt>=xx2 and tt<yy2),dd2,0)
plot(tmf2, color=green, style=histogram, linewidth=1 )
// China
xx3 = input(3, "China begin")
yy3 = input(9, "China close")
tmf3= iff((tt>=xx3 and tt<yy3),dd3,0)
plot(tmf3, color=red, style=area, linewidth=2)
// Japan
xx4 = input(0, "Japan begin")
yy4 = input(7, "Japan close")
tmf4= iff((tt>=xx4 and tt<yy4),dd4,0)
plot(tmf4, color=black, style=histogram, linewidth=1)
// USA
xx5 = input(14.5, "USA begin")
yy5 = input(21, "USA close")
tmf5= iff((tt>=xx5 and tt<yy5),dd5,0)
plot(tmf5, color=gray, style=line, linewidth=2)


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