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//+——————————————————————+
//| Original Indicator Auto-Pivot Plotter Labels.mq4 Elton Treloar |
//| I called this one Pivot Point S&R + GMT correction |
//| and was made by Linuxser |
//| Thanks to Rosh form metaquotes forum for fix the redraw problem |
//+——————————————————————+
#property copyright “”
#property link “”
#define IND_NAME “Pivot Point S&R”
#property indicator_chart_window
#property indicator_buffers 7
#property indicator_color1 LimeGreen
#property indicator_color2 Blue
#property indicator_color3 Red
#property indicator_color4 Blue
#property indicator_color5 Red
#property indicator_color6 Blue
#property indicator_color7 Red

//—- input parameters
extern int StartHour=0;
extern int StartMinute=0;
extern int DaysToPlot=15;
extern color SupportLabelColor=DodgerBlue;
extern color ResistanceLabelColor=OrangeRed;
extern color PivotLabelColor=Green;
extern int fontsize=8;
extern int LabelShift = 0;

//—- buffers
double R3Buffer[];
double R2Buffer[];
double R1Buffer[];
double PBuffer[];
double S1Buffer[];
double S2Buffer[];
double S3Buffer[];
string Pivot=”Pivot”,Sup1=”S 1″, Res1=”R 1″;
string Sup2=”S 2″, Res2=”R 2″, Sup3=”S 3″, Res3=”R 3″;

datetime LabelShiftTime;

double P,S1,R1,S2,R2,S3,R3;

//+——————————————————————+
//| Custom indicator initialization function |
//+——————————————————————+
int init()
{
//—- indicators
SetIndexStyle(0,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexStyle(1,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexStyle(2,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexStyle(3,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexStyle(4,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexStyle(5,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexStyle(6,DRAW_LINE,0,2);
SetIndexBuffer(0,PBuffer);
SetIndexBuffer(1,S1Buffer);
SetIndexBuffer(2,R1Buffer);
SetIndexBuffer(3,S2Buffer);
SetIndexBuffer(4,R2Buffer);
SetIndexBuffer(5,S3Buffer);
SetIndexBuffer(6,R3Buffer);

IndicatorShortName(IND_NAME);
//—-

return(0);
}
//+——————————————————————+
//| Custom indicator deinitialization function |
//+——————————————————————+
int deinit()
{
//—-

ObjectDelete(“Res3”);
ObjectDelete(“Res2”);
ObjectDelete(“Res1”);
ObjectDelete(“Pivot”);
ObjectDelete(“Sup1”);
ObjectDelete(“Sup2”);
ObjectDelete(“Sup3”);

//—-
return(0);
}
//+——————————————————————+
//| Custom indicator iteration function |
//+——————————————————————+
int start()
{
int counted_bars=IndicatorCounted();

//—- exit if period is greater than daily charts
if(Period() > 240)
{
Print(“Error – Chart period is greater than 1 day.”);
return(-1); // then exit
}

//—- indicator calculation

{
if (counted_bars==0)
if(counted_bars<0) return(-1);
//—- last counted bar will be recounted
if(counted_bars>0) counted_bars–;

}

// int limit=Bars-counted_bars;
int limit=2000;
int StartMinutesIntoDay=(StartHour*60)+StartMinute; // 8′ o’clock x 60 = 480
int CloseMinutesIntoDay=StartMinutesIntoDay-Period(); //

// ****************************************************
// Check That cloes time isn’t now a negative number.
// Correct if it is by adding a full day’s worth
// of minutes.
// ****************************************************

if (CloseMinutesIntoDay<0)
{
CloseMinutesIntoDay=CloseMinutesIntoDay+1440;
}

// ****************************************************
// Establish the nuber of bars in a day.
// ****************************************************
int BarsInDay=1440/Period();

// ******************************************************************************************
// ******************************************************************************************
// Main Loop
// ******************************************************************************************
// ******************************************************************************************

for(int i=0; i<limit; i++)
{
// ***************************************************************************
// Only do all this if we are within the plotting range we want.
// i.e. DaysToPlot
// If DaysToPlot is “0” (zero) we plot ALL available data. This can be
// VERY slow with a large history and at small time frames. Expect to
// wait if plotting a year or more on a say a five minute chart. On my PC
// two years of data at Five Minutes takes around 30 seconds per indicator.
// i.e. 30 seconds for main pivot levels indicator then another 30 seconds
// to plot the seperate mid-levels indicator.
// ***************************************************************************
if ( (i<((DaysToPlot+1)*BarsInDay))||DaysToPlot==0) // Used to limit the number of days
{ // that are mapped out. Less waiting 😉

// *****************************************************
// Find previous day’s opening and closing bars.
// *****************************************************

int PreviousClosingBar = FindLastTimeMatchFast(CloseMinutesIntoDay,i+1);
int PreviousOpeningBar = FindLastTimeMatchFast(StartMinutesIntoDay,PreviousClosingBar+1);

double PreviousHigh= High[PreviousClosingBar];
double PreviousLow = Low [PreviousClosingBar];
double PreviousClose = Close[PreviousClosingBar];

// *****************************************************
// Find previous day’s high and low.
// *****************************************************

for (int SearchHighLow=PreviousClosingBar;SearchHighLow<(PreviousOpeningBar+1);SearchHighLow++)
{
if (High[SearchHighLow]>PreviousHigh) PreviousHigh=High[SearchHighLow];
if (Low[SearchHighLow]<PreviousLow) PreviousLow=Low[SearchHighLow];
}

// ************************************************************************
// Calculate Pivot lines and map into indicator buffers.
// ************************************************************************

{
double R = (PreviousHigh – PreviousLow);
double P = (PreviousHigh+PreviousLow+PreviousClose)/3;
double R3 = P + (R * 1.000);
double R2 = P + (R * 0.618);
double R1 = P + (R * 0.382);
double S1 = P – (R * 0.382);
double S2 = P – (R * 0.618);
double S3 = P – (R * 1.000);

LabelShiftTime = Time[LabelShift];

if (i==0)
{
Print(i);

ObjectCreate(“Pivot”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Pivot”, ” Pivot ” +DoubleToStr(P,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,PivotLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(0, “Pivot Point”);
ObjectCreate(“Sup1”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Sup1″, ” S1 ” +DoubleToStr(S1,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,SupportLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(1, “S1”);
ObjectCreate(“Res1”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Res1″, ” R1 ” +DoubleToStr(R1,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,ResistanceLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(2, “R1”);
ObjectCreate(“Sup2”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Sup2″, ” S2 ” +DoubleToStr(S2,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,SupportLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(3, “S2”);
ObjectCreate(“Res2”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Res2″, ” R2 ” +DoubleToStr(R2,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,ResistanceLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(4, “R2”);
ObjectCreate(“Sup3”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Sup3″, ” S3 ” +DoubleToStr(S3,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,SupportLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(5, “S3”);
ObjectCreate(“Res3”, OBJ_TEXT, 0, LabelShiftTime, 0);
ObjectSetText(“Res3″, ” R3 ” +DoubleToStr(R3,4),fontsize,”tahoma “,ResistanceLabelColor);
SetIndexLabel(6, “R3”);
Print(“ObjectSet Done”);
ObjectMove(“Res3”, 0, LabelShiftTime,R3);
ObjectMove(“Res2”, 0, LabelShiftTime,R2);
ObjectMove(“Res1”, 0, LabelShiftTime,R1);
ObjectMove(“Pivot”, 0, LabelShiftTime,P);
ObjectMove(“Sup1”, 0, LabelShiftTime,S1);
ObjectMove(“Sup2”, 0, LabelShiftTime,S2);
ObjectMove(“Sup3”, 0, LabelShiftTime,S3);
Print(“ObjectMove Done”);

ObjectsRedraw();
Print(“ObjectsRedraw Done”);
}
}

}
R3Buffer[i]=R3;
R2Buffer[i]=R2;
R1Buffer[i]=R1;
PBuffer[i]=P;
S1Buffer[i]=S1;
S2Buffer[i]=S2;
S3Buffer[i]=S3;

}
// Extra1[i]=OpenPriceAt+i;

// **********************************************
// Calculate the mid-levels in to the buffers.
// (for mid-levels version)
// **********************************************(Twe)
// Res1[i] =((R1-P)/2)+P; //M3
// Res2[i] =((R2-R1)/2)+R1; //M4
// Res3[i] =((R3-R2)/2)+R2;
// Supp1[i]=((P-S1)/2)+S1; //M2
// Supp2[i]=((S1-S2)/2)+S2; //M1
// Supp3[i]=((S2-S3)/2)+S3;
//End of ‘DaysToPlot ‘if’ statement.

// ***************************************************************************************
// End of Main Loop
// ***************************************************************************************

// *****************************************
// Return from Start() (Main Routine)
return(0);

}
//+——————————————————————————————————-+
// END Custom indicator iteration function
//+——————————————————————————————————-+
// *****************************************************************************************
// *****************************************************************************************
// —————————————————————————————–
// The following routine will use “StartingBar”‘s time and use it to find the
// general area that SHOULD contain the bar that matches “TimeToLookFor”
// —————————————————————————————–
int FindLastTimeMatchFast(int TimeToLookFor,int StartingBar)
{
int StartingBarsTime=(TimeHour(Time[StartingBar])*60)+TimeMinute(Time[StartingBar]);

// ***************************************************
// Check that our search isn’t on the otherside of
// the midnight boundary and correct for calculations
// ***************************************************
if (StartingBarsTime<TimeToLookFor)
{
StartingBarsTime=StartingBarsTime+1440;
}

// ***************************************************
// Find out where the bar SHOULD be in time.
// ***************************************************
int HowFarBack=StartingBarsTime-TimeToLookFor;

// ***************************************************
// Translate that into Bars
// ***************************************************
int HowManyBarsBack=HowFarBack/Period();

// ***************************************************
// We’ve found our starting point
// Calculate it’s relative time in minutes.
// ***************************************************
int SuggestedBar=StartingBar+HowManyBarsBack;

int SuggestedBarsTime=(TimeHour(Time[SuggestedBar])*60)+TimeMinute(Time[SuggestedBar]);

// ***************************************************
// If we have what we’re after let’s just skip the
// crap and return the position of the bar in the
// chart to our main routine
// ***************************************************
if (SuggestedBarsTime==TimeToLookFor)
{
return(SuggestedBar);
}

// ***************************************************
// Else find the difference in time from where we
// were supposed to find the bar.
// ***************************************************
int DeltaTimeFound=TimeToLookFor-SuggestedBarsTime;
int DeltaBarFound=DeltaTimeFound/Period();

// ***************************************************
// I’d be worried if Delta was below zero. Would mean
// that we have EXTRA bars in that day. Unlikely in
// the extreme.
// So I’m only checking for the other case.
// …now let’s search in a narrow range to find that
// bar we are after…
// ***************************************************
if (DeltaTimeFound>0)
{
for (int SearchCount=SuggestedBar ;SearchCount>(SuggestedBar-DeltaBarFound-2) ;SearchCount–)
{
// ******************************************************************************
// Find time (in minutes) of the current bar AND the two bars either side of it.
// This is done to allow for any missing bars in the data. i.e. If THE bar you
// were after were to be missing you’d never get a valid close/open time.
// This is the same reason for searching rather than just looking back a certain
// number of bars from the close time. Missing bars upset the count back and
// screw up all pivot calculations. There is still room for error but it’s improved.
// The best calculations will come from having the best data. …of course. 🙂
// ******************************************************************************
//
int PreviousBarsTime=(TimeHour(Time[SearchCount+1])*60)+TimeMinute(Time[SearchCount+1]);
int CurrentBarsTime=(TimeHour(Time[SearchCount])*60)+TimeMinute(Time[SearchCount]);
int NextBarsTime=(TimeHour(Time[SearchCount-1])*60)+TimeMinute(Time[SearchCount-1]);

if (CurrentBarsTime==TimeToLookFor)
{
return(SearchCount); // *** If current bar is what we are after than lets get out.
// *** without mucking about with the rest of the checks.
}

// **********************************
// Check that previous bar doesn’t
// lay on a different day.
// Adjust if it is
// **********************************
if(PreviousBarsTime>CurrentBarsTime)
{
PreviousBarsTime=PreviousBarsTime-1440;
}
// **********************************
// Check that following bar doesn’t
// lay on a different day.
// Adjust if it is.
// **********************************
if(NextBarsTime<CurrentBarsTime)
{
NextBarsTime=NextBarsTime+1440;
}
// ******************************************
// If this is the best we can get
// to the actual bar we are after, then
// exit, returning current bar number.
// *******************************************
if(PreviousBarsTime<TimeToLookFor)
{
if( TimeToLookFor<NextBarsTime)
{
return(SearchCount);
}
}
}
}

return (SuggestedBar);
}

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