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Multicharts.Net & VisualStudio. How to acces to a variable path

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Multicharts.Net & VisualStudio. How to acces to a variable path

Hello, I am learning Multicharts programming. Debugging in visual studio I can visualize a determinated variable path, but I do not know how access coding to that specific variable.

For example, in the Bars variable to access to the Close value would be: Bars.Close[0].

What would be the way in the variable structure of the next pictures to access to:
BarsOfData(1) -> VolumeProfile -> Items -> [0] ->POC -> Price -> Dbl ?

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Last edited by Maikel; February 16th, 2018 at 09:31 AM.
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I'm in early stages learning multicharts.net also. Have you tried VolumeProfileByDataStream:

Something like:

VolumeProfileByDataStream(0).ItemForBar(0).TotalValue

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