|03-26-2008, 04:13 AM||#1|
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Is there any maximum for declaring DataSeries ? (100, 1000, ... ? )
Which is the best solution for runtime optimizing; to use DataSeries or Windows collections: Lists, ArrayLists, Dictionaries, ... ???
( I am developing one strategy with 60-80 DataSeries. However I could replace these dataseries by 6-10 customer-typed windows Lists. But I dont know which would be the best solution for runtime ).
Thanks very much.
|03-26-2008, 04:20 AM||#2|
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>> Is there any maximum for declaring DataSeries ? (100, 1000, ... ? )
There is none. However, at some point you may hit the wall due to performance/resource issues. We don't know on when this would happen. You would need to try.
>> use DataSeries or Windows collections: Lists, ArrayLists, Dictionaries, ... ???
It depends on the use model: for relative bar addressing you would need the DataSeries anyway. If not, then you could go with the .NET collections.
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