Here are the different literal values supported by MQL:
A set of characters inside double quotes, e.g.:
If the text itself contains the double-quote character or backslashes, you have to precede them with a backslash; this is called escaping. You can type any other character, including line breaks, in the text directly:
"It's \"quoted\" and this is a backslash: \\"
Here is an overview of supported escape sequences:
Any number literal.
You can use
Examples of valid number literals:
A set of comma-separated values inside brackets, e.g.
A set of comma-separated key/value pairs inside braces, e.g.
The underlying map will be an instance of the interface
Integer values separated by two periods , e.g.