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How to refer to two BollingerBands while creating a signal using easylanguage?


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How to refer to two BollingerBands while creating a signal using easylanguage?

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I want to create a signal using easylanguage. I need two Bollinger Bands with 1Std Dev and 2Std Dev, but I just cant seem to write the right code for it. I would be grateful for any help. Thanks.

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