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rgerasimen 2009.10.28 11:10
 

I'd like to introduce MT4 Java API: http://www.easy-share.com/1908253435/jfx-1.2.2.tar.gz


MT4 Terminal Java API (JFX) is intended to provide Java interface to MetaQuotes trading
servers through the standard MetaTrader 4 client terminal (MT4 Terminal).

 
The Golden Rule of Traders

The Golden Rule of Traders

In order to make profits based on high expectations, we must understand three basic principles of good trading: 1) know your risk when entering the market; 2) cut your losses early and allow your profit to run; 3) know the expectation of your system – test and adjust it regularly. This article provides a program code trailing open positions and actualizing the second golden principle, as it allows profit to run for the highest possible level.

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rgerasimen 2009.10.28 11:10 #
 
rgerasimen:

I'd like to introduce MT4 Java API: http://www.easy-share.com/1908253435/jfx-1.2.2.tar.gz


MT4 Terminal Java API (JFX) is intended to provide Java interface to MetaQuotes trading
servers through the standard MetaTrader 4 client terminal (MT4 Terminal).

To make use of JFX API, one must create its own strategy java class, extending
com.jfx.strategy.Strategy and overriding coordinate() method:

public class MyStrategy extends com.jfx.strategy.Strategy {
public void init(String symbol, int period, StrategyRunner strategyRunner) {
super.init(symbol, period, strategyRunner);
//
// load existing orders, recover itself from the previous shutdown
//
}
public void deinit() {
// release resources on EA exit
}
public void coordinate() {
// trading logic goes here
/* make use of all API methods: accountBalance, accountCompany, accountCredit, accountCurrency, accountEquity,
accountFreeMargin, accountMargin, accountName, accountNumber, accountProfit, comment, day, dayOfWeek, dayOfYear,
getLastError, getTickCount, hour, iAC, iAD, iADX, iAlligator, iAO, iATR, iBands, iBars, iBarShift, iBearsPower, iBullsPower,
iBWMFI, iCCI, iClose, iCustom, iDeMarker, iEnvelopes, iForce, iFractals, iGator, iHigh, iHighest, iLow, iLowest, iMA, iMACD,
iMFI, iMomentum, iOBV, iOpen, iOsMA, iRSI, iRVI, iSAR, isConnected, isDemo, iStdDev, isTesting, iStochastic,
isTradeContextBusy, isVisualMode, iTime, iVolume, iWPR, marketInfo, minute, month, objectCreate, objectCreate, objectCreate,
objectDelete, objectGet, objectGetFiboDescription, objectSet, objectSetFiboDescription, objectSetText, objectsTotal, objectType,
orderClose, orderCloseBy, orderClosePrice, orderCloseTime, orderComment, orderCommission, orderDelete, orderExpiration,
orderLots, orderMagicNumber, orderModify, orderOpenPrice, orderOpenTime, orderPrint, orderProfit, orderSelect, orderSend,ordersHistoryTotal, orderStopLoss, ordersTotal, orderSwap, orderSymbol, orderTakeProfit, orderTicket, orderType, print,
refreshRates, seconds, timeCurrent, year
*/
}
}
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rgerasimen 2009.10.28 11:10 #
 
// Java:
                double point = marketInfo(EURUSD, MarketInfo.MODE_POINT);
                double price = marketInfo(EURUSD, MarketInfo.MODE_ASK);
                buyPrice = price;
                int ticket = orderSend(
                        EURUSD,
                        TradeOperation.OP_BUY,
                        1,
                        buyPrice,
                        2,
                        price - 100 * point,
                        price + 100 * point,
                        "" + System.currentTimeMillis(),
                        0,
                        new Date(System.currentTimeMillis() + 60 * 60 * 1000),
                        -1
                );
                System.out.println("---------------------------------------");
                System.out.println("Buy order ticket: " + ticket);

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rgerasimen 2009.10.28 11:11 #
 

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rgerasimen 2009.10.28 13:34 #
 
No docs archive
Attached files:
  jfxv1.2.3_1.zip  (3 616.82 KB)
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rgerasimen 2009.10.28 13:41 #
 
Javadoc
Attached files:
  jfxp1.2.3sdocs.zip  (746.64 KB)
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rgerasimen 2009.10.29 10:30 #
 

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bearnaked 2009.10.29 15:08 #
 
rgerasimen:


Nice!!!!

Congratulations

Dan aka BearNaked

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blogzr3 2009.10.29 15:38 #
 

Is this an academic exercise?


What can you do in Java that you cannot do in MQL4?


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robotalfa 2009.10.29 16:03 #
 
blogzr3:

Is this an academic exercise?


What can you do in Java that you cannot do in MQL4?


More sophisticated robots... Java is object oriented MQL4 is not.

 
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rgerasimen 2009.10.29 19:39 #
 
blogzr3:

Is this an academic exercise?


What can you do in Java that you cannot do in MQL4?


at least, you can set breakpoints

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