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ZigZag indicator export to txt/csv

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I would like to export the zigzag swing highs/lows prices on a graph in Tradestation as a txt or csv file. Can someone point me in the right direction? I'm new to Tradestation and is getting to know the platform but can't find an easy solution for this.
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PK007,

look into the print reserved word. Specifically with Print( File ( your file name here ), "1st value to export here: ", 1st value..... ) you can print to a text file. Except Print and File the other names are just place holders in my example of course.
Without knowing the ZigZag code you are looking at it's impossible to tell you where to add the code. However you will probably need to add in two locations - one for the high and one for the low. The best place likely is to print the value for the most recent swing high at the moment a new swing low is detected and vice versa. As then the value can't change anymore.

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Hi,
I would like to export the zigzag swing highs/lows prices on a graph in Tradestation as a txt or csv file. Can someone point me in the right direction? I'm new to Tradestation and is getting to know the platform but can't find an easy solution for this.
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