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Retreiving Number of contracts from price levels. asksize/bidsize.


I am trying to retreive the number of contracts on the bid/ask at diffrent prices in Easylangauge.

I currently use bidsize and asksize that retrieve the nearest the number of contracts on the nearest bid/ask price.

Is there a way to use this to reference say the next price level?


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