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I'm working on a conversion from Easy Language to Thinkscript and need help understanding the variables part in Easy Language.

This is an example of how the variables are arranged.

I see these used below in the values, which makes sense, but nothing that defines what these variables actually are, like in Thinkscript.

Any help would be appreciated.

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what do you mean with "nothing that defines what these variables actually are"? Are you referring to the type of the variable (like double, boolean, string for example)? If that's the case, the TS compiler will determine the type by the initial value you assign when you declare and initialize the variable (at least for the code you posted as it doesn't include the variable types explicitly).



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