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Printing the instrument

I made a simple strategy that I hope to be able to run on various instruments throughout the day. I expect that the strategy will be triggered many times throughout the day and I want to get alerts or print statements that will identify which instrument is triggered. Any ideas how to go about doing this??

Right now i understand how to make a print statement but I cant figure out how to insert the instrument object into that statement

I am looking for something like this

Print ("Market price, that was trending up just crossed below 20EMA on" + instrument "at" + Time[0].ToString());

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string _instrument Instrument.MasterInstrument.Name
etc, there is also Instrument.FullName, I think that is 'description' of instrument you see in Instrument Manager.

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got it, no worries

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