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Two Instruments on same chart - how to reference each one in EasyLanguage

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I have 1 chart with AAPL 60 min and AAPL 10 minute (screenshot enclosed). How do I reference each in one easylanguage indicator or strategy.

Lets say I want to use I want to access the High[1] for the 60 min and the Low[1] for the 10 min?

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Data - MultiCharts

Use DataN or Data(N); e.g. High of Data2 or High of Data(2)

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Thanks, I will try that.

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Hi @KhaosTrader,

May I ask which manual you use for Easy Language?
In the two I have, the answer is clearly given.
I join them to this message for easy reference.

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Thanks Nicolas, I will read them.

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