 # Extend Target lines

#### Billy101

##### New member
Hi Guys,
I've been working on a trend indicator similar to supertrend.
I'm having troubles to extend target lines over time until price crosses.
Thanks!

Code:
``````input lenghtCCI = 35;

input show = yes;

def tgt = 37;

def a = CCI(lenghtCCI)<-tgt;

def b = CCI(lenghtCCI)> tgt;

def state = if a>b then -1 else if a==b then 0 else 1;

AssignPriceColor ( if show == yes then if state == 0 then Color.GRAY else if state == 1 then Color.Blue else Color.RED else color.CURRENT);

def o = open;

def c = close;

def h = high;

def l = low;

def BarLngth = h - l;

def TQRH = h + (BarLngth/2);

def TQRL = l - (BarLngth/2);

def tqron=0;

def statechkh = if state== 0 and state== 1 then TQRH else if state== 0 and state== -1 then TQRH  else double.nan ;

def statechkl = if state== 0 and state== 1 then TQRL else if state== 0 and state== -1 then TQRL else double.nan;

plot TQRTGTH = statechkh ;

TQRTGTH.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.Horizontal);

plot TQRTGTL = statechkl ;

TQRTGTL.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.Horizontal);``````

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#### horserider

##### Well-known member
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Try adding something like this to the TQRTGTL

Code:
``````def countt = if IsNaN(TQRTGTL) and !IsNaN(TQRTGTL) then 1 else countt + 1;

plot tqrtgltext = if IsNaN(tqrtgtl) then GetValue(tQRTGTL, countt) else Double.NaN;

tqrtgltext.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

tqrtgltext.SetDefaultColor(Color.PINK);``````

Then repeat for TQRTGTH and of course you may not want pink as the color

• #### Kai

##### New member
Thanks, I used this trick to extend a constant value to the right

#### SleepyZ

##### Well-known member
Hi Rad, as Saylar says, it comes from Advanced Get ... I need help if you want ... Is there any way to eliminate the previous plots in the code of this topic ... That is, just keep the lines at the end until the candle to change color, and then plot again. I do not know if I explain myself.
I have tried Today / getday / getlastday, but the next day the line distances itself from the candle
See if this helps. Input how many plots you wish at 'plot_limit' Ruby:
``````input lenghtCCI = 35;

input show = yes;

def tgt = 37;

def a = CCI(lenghtCCI) < -tgt;

def b = CCI(lenghtCCI) > tgt;

def state = if a > b then -1 else if a == b then 0 else 1;

AssignPriceColor ( if show == yes then if state == 0 then Color.GRAY else if state == 1 then Color.BLUE else Color.RED else Color.CURRENT);

def o = open;

def c = close;

def h = high;

def l = low;

def BarLngth = h - l;

def TQRH = h + (BarLngth / 2);

def TQRL = l - (BarLngth / 2);

def tqron = 0;

def statechkh = if state == 0 and state == 1 then TQRH else if state == 0 and state == -1 then TQRH  else Double.NaN ;

def statechkl = if state == 0 and state == 1 then TQRL else if state == 0 and state == -1 then TQRL else Double.NaN;

input plot_limit = 1;
def cond = statechkh or statechkl;
rec dataCount = CompoundValue(1, if !IsNaN(cond) then dataCount + 1 else dataCount, 0);

plot TQRTGTH = if HighestAll(dataCount) - dataCount <= plot_limit - 1 then statechkh else Double.NaN;
TQRTGTH.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

plot TQRTGTL = if HighestAll(dataCount) - dataCount <= plot_limit - 1 then statechkl else Double.NaN;
TQRTGTL.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

def counth = if IsNaN(TQRTGTL) and !IsNaN(TQRTGTL) then 1 else counth + 1;

plot tqrtghtext = if IsNaN(TQRTGTL) then GetValue(TQRTGTH, counth) else Double.NaN;

tqrtghtext.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

tqrtghtext.SetDefaultColor(Color.CYAN);

def countl = if IsNaN(TQRTGTL) and !IsNaN(TQRTGTL) then 1 else countl + 1;

plot tqrtgltext = if IsNaN(TQRTGTL) then GetValue(TQRTGTL, countl) else Double.NaN;

tqrtgltext.SetPaintingStrategy(PaintingStrategy.HORIZONTAL);

tqrtgltext.SetDefaultColor(Color.PINK);``````