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Thread: Request for a BSTrend EA

  1. #1
    Hi all,
    I've recently discovered that this BSTrend indior on a site I can't recall (please find it below). It's not so bad to get a trend change indior and I'd like to check it out for a longer period of time. So...
    Can anyone make it in an EA, please? I could not do it myself and it appears there no other one on the net, or Google can't find it.
    Thank you.

    https://www.forexsoutheast.asia/atta...1996526305.mq4

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Illegal decompiled indior...
    You sure?

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  4. #4
    Well, I suppose now we will need to wait around for someone to establish it and submit a cleanup report.
    Until then, we will just consider it a reverse engineered or a comparable indior with some other commercial one

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Well, I guess now we will need to await someone to prove that it
    Do you mean to prove it is a decompiled code? If this is so, just open the file in MetaEditor... you will then see it is a decompiled code in under a second!

  6. #6
    To show that this code is his code. Until then, I don't know when this really is decompiled or not and that I certainly do not know whether it is illegal. The only thing I know for certain is that, even if it is decompiled, it doesn't mean it is illegal.
    I have seen decompiled indis, usually they have a brag link, decompiled from... And they keep the original title, land hyperlink etc.. This one is just Greek language
    Anyways, we are getting off topic.

    How about an EA?
    Any other coders around?
    Cheers.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    The only thing I know for sure is that, even if it's decompiled, it doesn't mean it's illegal.
    You're 100% wrong on this.

    If a document was decompiled (such as the one you supplied here), so the first writer didn't share the source code. So decompiling the first file is contrary to the writer will... making it illegal.

  8. #8
    Shooting first, huh?!
    Nothing is illegal until proven illegal. From what we know (nothing) it could be the author itself decompiling it (again, if it's decompiled from something else), then uploading it on the internet. I know nothing. Can you?
    Let us end this non-sense, please, it's going nowhere.
    How about an EA?
    Any other coders around?
    Cheers.

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Shooting very first, huh?! Nothing is illegal until proven prohibited. From what we understand (nothing) it could be the author itself decompiling it (again, if it's decompiled from something else), then uploading it on the internet. I understand nothing. Do you? Let's end this non-sense, please, it is going nowhere. How about an EA? Any other coders around? Cheers.
    Your missing the point.

    Any decent coder wont touch the decompiled code

  10. #10
    I don't know why. Honestly.Decompiled is not the same as illegally decompiled. Btw, https://www.facebook.com/forexobroke...41171542785185where I discovered it. Even though some day somebody will assert this and complain about it, until then we should not presume anything. Any good coder can comprehend (probably) the way that it works and create a new one. Anyway, if you state coders are frightened of decompiled indiors, forget about it.
    I will try to reverse engineer itself and will upload my code here, if succeeded. It could take me a couple of days.

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