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Highest() and Lowest() Returning Same Values

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Highest() and Lowest() Returning Same Values

Getting the same values from the following. I'm sure the problem is with my knowledge - I'm a total n00b with Sierra.

 
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	SCFloatArrayRef ll = sc.Lowest(sc.BaseData[SC_LOW], sc.Subgraph[0], 20);
	SCFloatArrayRef hh = sc.Highest(sc.BaseData[SC_HIGH], sc.Subgraph[0], 20);

I was trying to make a stochastic as something simple to learn with but couldn't pull it off.

The Highest() and Lowest() looked like obvious choices to me. I have done a fair amount of scripting in Think Or Swim and use their version of those on the regular but am failing miserably here. Sierra also has a stock highest high / lowest low study which I believe could also be used but haven't figured out how to reference other studies / call functions from other studies.

I've tried searching the Sierra site and the youtube but haven't found what I need.

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SCFloatArrayRef ll = sc.Lowest(sc.BaseData[SC_LOW], sc.Subgraph[0], 20);

SCFloatArrayRef hh = sc.Highest(sc.BaseData[SC_HIGH], sc.Subgraph[0], 20);


Hi! You're storing the result in the same subgraph. Try:

 
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SCFloatArrayRef ll = sc.Lowest(sc.BaseData[SC_LOW], sc.Subgraph[0], 20);

SCFloatArrayRef hh = sc.Highest(sc.BaseData[SC_HIGH], sc.Subgraph[1], 20);

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Hi! You're storing the result in the same subgraph. Try:

 
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SCFloatArrayRef ll = sc.Lowest(sc.BaseData[SC_LOW], sc.Subgraph[0], 20);

SCFloatArrayRef hh = sc.Highest(sc.BaseData[SC_HIGH], sc.Subgraph[1], 20);


Thank you! I clearly don't know what a Subgraph is yet.Got some homework to do.

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