April 4, 2007 15:36
THIS IS A BETA VERSION OF THE SOFTWARE. EXPECT BUGS !!!
Backup your data files and entire AmiBroker folder
IMPORTANT: This archive is update-only. You have to install full version 4.90 first.
Just run the installer and follow the instructions.
Then run AmiBroker. You should see "AmiBroker 4.91.0 beta" written in the About box.
See CHANGE LOG below for detailed list of changes.
CHANGES FOR VERSION 4.91.0 (as compared to 4.90.5)
b) watch lists remember the order in which symbols were added, so for example if you sort AA result list in some order and then you"add symbols to watch list" the order will be kept in the watch list.
c) you can now Add/Delete watch lists using Symbol->Watch List-> menu or from watch list context menuNote that if you have done any customization to the menu, you may need to go to Tools->Customize, select "Menu Bar" and press "Reset" button for this new menu items to appear.
d) you can now alphabetically sort the symbols in the watch list
e) all watch lists are shown in the symbol tree now, even if they are empty.
f) for backward compatibility OLE automation WatchListBits/WatchListBits2 properties of Stock object continue to work for first 64 watch lists (bit states are transparently emulated)
g) Watch lists created in 4.91 are not visible for older versions
When changing selected symbol, the tree is not traversed to the bottom (root). Instead only current branch is checked and if symbol is selected only if it is present under this branch (This prevents unnecessary unfolding of "All" and other branches)
AFL Editor: AUTOWORDSELECTION turned off
AFL: switch/case statement added (completed: 2007-03-31) (ext.ID:
580). More information: http://www.amibroker.com/guide/v50/keyword/switch.html
n = 0; n < 10;
printf("Current n = %f\n", n );
printf("The number is zero.\n");
printf("n is a prime number\n");
case 2: printf("n is a prime number\n");
printf("n is an even number\n");
printf("n is a perfect square\n");
printf("Only single-digit numbers are allowed\n");
AFL: break/continue statements added (supported inside for/while/do-while/switch
statements). More information:
i < 1000;
i *= 2 )
if( i > 50 ) break;
printf("%f\n", i );
New operators are shortcuts for some common operations.
x += y; is equivalent to x = x + y;
x -= y; is equivalent to x = x - y;
x *= y; is equivalent to x = x * y;
x /= y; is equivalent to x = x / y;
x %= y; is equivalent to x = x % y;
x &= y; is equivalent to x = x & y; // bitwise and
x |= y; is equivalent to x = x | y; // bitwise or
Enanced display in Real
Time Quote window (dual-step change coloring - when field changes it
is highlighted with bright
yellow for 0.25 second then color
changes to pale yellow and after a while to default (white)
HOW TO REPORT BUGS
If you experience any problem with this beta version please send detailed description of the problem (especially the steps needed to reproduce it) to bugs at amibroker.com