cryptolinx

ObjectStack

Library "ObjectStack"

init()

push()

push()

push()

push()

push()

nextIndex()

nextIndex()

nextIndex()

nextIndex()

nextIndex()

delete()

delete()

delete()

delete()

delete()

cleanOldest()

cleanOldest()

cleanOldest()

cleanOldest()

cleanOldest()
Release Notes: This script shows an example of how to manage objects (lines/labels/boxes/linefill/tables) and prevent the need of garbage collecting and missing objects.
  • First you have to import the library: import cryptolinx/ObjectStack/1 as objx
  • objx.init() is a handy helper function to init the library vars.
  • Now, you can simply push your objects by:
    Fixed Object (xOBJ) objx.push(xOBJ, any OBJ ....)
    Forwarding Object (xOBJ) objx.push(fOBJ, any OBJ ....)


Declaration:
var x... = fiXed (left-locked)
var f.... = Forward (right-locked)

We hope you enjoy it! 🎉

CRYPTOLINX - jango_blockchained 😊👍


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The script is for informational and educational purposes only. Use of the script does not constitute professional and/or financial advice. You alone have the sole responsibility of evaluating the script output and risks associated with the use of the script. In exchange for using the script, you agree not to hold cryptolinx TradingView user liable for any possible claim for damages arising from any decision you make based on use of the script.
Release Notes: v3

Updated:
cleanOldest()
- new argument `int _maxFixedPercent = 60` set a max. percent from argument `_max = 500` which sets the maximal object type count value.

This function fixed an error that occurred when the number of solid objects consumed 100% of the resource.
Release Notes: v4

Added more descriptions.
You can find an example library implementation here:
This script shows an example of how to manage objects (lines/labels/boxes) and prevent the need of garbage collecting and missing objects.

You only have to push your object into the right array.
*_FIXED (left-lock) or *_FORWARD (right-lock)


We hope you enjoy it! 🎉

CRYPTOLINX - jango_blockchained 😊👍


Disclaimer:
Trading success is all about following your trading strategy and the indicators should fit within your trading strategy, and not to be traded upon solely.

The script is for informational and educational purposes only. Use of the script does not constitute professional and/or financial advice. You alone have the sole responsibility of evaluating the script output and risks associated with the use of the script. In exchange for using the script, you agree not to hold cryptolinx TradingView user liable for any possible claim for damages arising from any decision you make based on use of the script.
Release Notes: VERSION: v5

- Added *** NEW FEATURE *** SHOW LAST FOR OBJECTS ***:
- showLast(simple int _bars) returns bool

- This function allows drawing of objects at runtime at a specified number of >bars in history< before script reachs end.
- It is like `show_last` argument at plots.

- remove fTABLE, fFILL
- change xTABLE, xFILL to TABLE, FILL
- change default max values to 500 (script standard)
Release Notes: v6

Added:
getIndexByTitle()
getNextIndex()
getSeriesTitle()
labelFixed()
labelForward()

Updated:
cleanOldest()
showLast()

Re-Added:
Linefill: fixed and forwarding
Release Notes: v7
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