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Point and Figure Toolbox

Point and Figure Toolbox

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Published by: Amir Massoud Jahanbin on Mar 11, 2012
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Formula:

data:= FmlVar("** P & F Values **","DATA");

box:= LastValue(FmlVar("** P & F Values
**","BOX"));

reva:= LastValue(FmlVar("** P & F Values
**","REVERSAL"));

thresh:=LastValue(FmlVar("** P & F Values
**","THRESHOLD"));
ExtFml("PointFig.pointfig",data,box,reva,thresh,b
ox)

No matter what data is charted, it is always calculated as being in a
specific box. The box is a multiple of the box size. This means that if you
use a box size of 2, the prices are always in a box whose value is evenly
divisible by 2. (i.e.: 2, 4, 6, 8, etc). This function returns the value of that
box.

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