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Minimum Number of Days Between Two Events

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The "MinDaysEvents" calculates the number of minimum days between two events/data entries in a custom database.

Example:
Say you have a custom database that stores fundamental data. The field "EPS" stores the earnings per share field.
If for any reason you want to know the minimum number of days between two EPS entries for a stock, you could do so by typing the following line:

a = MinDaysEvents("fundamental", "eps");
plot(a, "", colorGreen);

The "MinDaysEvent" function accepts two arguments.
1: The database name. "Fundamental" in the above example
2: The field name. "eps" in the above example. The field name must be an existing field in the custom database.


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