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                                          do I obtain previous day high, low and close??


2016-11-25 15:36:07

complete noob here....

I coded an indicator in strategydesk as follows (inner bar strength)

Can one point me to the documentation that shows how I grab historical data for manipulation?
I'm not looking for someone to code this for me (though that would be great). I am just trying to learn.

Ideally want to add this as an indicator.


2016-11-26 01:09:27



In QS language, you can reference a previous bar using the "ref" function or using []

a = ref(close, 1);
a = close[1];

Your example:
a = (close[1] - low[1]) / (high[1] - low[1]);

This assumes Bar[Close,D,1] is searching for the close price one bar ago.

If you are looking for current bar data then use:
a = (close - low) / (high - low);

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