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referenced in a forum message (Use Screener to Find Potential Splits?) by QuantShare 2288 days ago
Hi Dave,

First, download this function to reference previous value of "string" variables: 1416.

To get the date of last split ratio, type:

date1 = refstring(date(), barssince(SplitRatio));

To get ...

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