In convertible bond market, it is very common to protect the conversion privilege from being called away too soon by using soft-call constraint, or to protect the bond being converted too soon by using provision convert constraint. The first option will protect the bond holder; the second will be benefit to bond issuer. Both constrains have the common feature that the option can be exercise only when the underlying stock closes above a pre-set barrier for any n or more days over m consecutive trading days up to the exercise day. This feature brings challenge for pricing. This paper will propose an approximation solution by Looking Backward (LB) method. In order to illustrate the idea more clearly, I will focus on the Black model stock dynamic using binomial tree based on Cox-Ross-Rubinstein scheme. The results are compared with the exactly solution given by the author in . The extension to other numerical method such as PDE with more general stock dynamic will also be discussed, and the numerical scheme will be laid out. The idea of the method can be applied to the pricing of other path dependent instruments in general.