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*** EasyLanguage Spoken Here ***


Samuel K. Tennis, author of “Ask Mr. EasyLanguage”, is a leading authority on TradeStation and EasyLanguage programming. He acquired this distinction during nearly a decade with Omega Research. He spent six years as Senior Programmer for Omega, where he played a vital role in the creation of EasyLanguage, System Writer Plus and TradeStation.

As Omega expanded and the need for technical support grew, Sam moved out of hands on programming and into customer support, where he trained Omega's product support personnel to provide fast, reliable technical support. Then, while coordinating the efforts of the custom-programming department, Sam spearheaded the effort to provide nationwide on-site field training for Omega clients.


TradeStation allows users to build their own studies (Indicator, PaintBar and ShowMe) and trading systems using a simple but powerful language called EasyLanguage. Once a system is created you can back test the system, and TradeStation will tell you exactly how much money you would have made or lost, had you placed actual trades using that system.


"Ask Mr. EasyLanguage", published by Traders Press, is the definitive book for anyone needing to learn Omega Research's EasyLanguage.


Anyone who has the book may receive the entire source code listings in electronic (ELA) format simply by sending an eMail to me with your contact information (name, address, phone and fax) for my database, please put "EZLbook ELA file" in the subject line.


It is requested that you elect to receive at least Special Notices by email.

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  • 1967
  • Traders
  • Jan 16, 2002
  • English

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