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        Running Order of Conditions Cards & Operations Cards

        Trigger symbols drive a strategy (the cards of the canvas) to run in cycles.
        Taking the Martingale strategy as an example, the strategy runs once for every 1m candle during the market open of the HSI Future Main (HSImain.HK).
        Then, in what order do the Conditions Cards & Operations Cards on the canvas run?
        The strategy begins from "Start Card" and leads to 3 paths. The 3 paths run in an order from top to bottom and then from left to right (In the illustrative diagram, the running order of the 3 paths on the canvas is as follows: Path 1 > Path 2 > Path 3).
        A path will not begin until the previous path runs to the end; that is to say, the paths run in series, instead of in parallel.

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