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markncsu
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How do you assign the result of getATMOption to a variable? When I try the following, I get a "expected double" error.

def symbol = GetATMOption(GetSymbol(), 20141221, OptionClass.CALL);

I assume this is because the function is returning the symbol as type String. But within the Studies editor, it doesn't allow me to create a variable of type String. So I do I assign this result to a variable?

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