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Transform Double To Comma Separated Representation

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Hi Jason,

For volume, use this function: 1405
For rounding use: Round function.

AddColumn("RSI", round(rsi(14), 0));
AddColumn("Perf", round(perf(close, 10), 1)."%&...
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Please check this function: 1405

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