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Creating a Function with an an Array

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What would be the correct syntax for creating a 5 element array (with each element containing the price midpoint) as a function?

Then I would like to compute the average of the PriceMidpoints over the 10 day peroid using the AverageArray function.

Something like this:

PriceMidpoint=(H+L)/2;
Array:PriceMidPoint[5](0);
AverageArray(PriceMidpoint,5);

PriceMidpoint on line1 generates an "unknown identifier" error.

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dlipter,

similar to arrays variables have to be declared and initialized before you can use them. After that you can store the variable's value at a specific index of the array. Provided your code has an array named myArray declared this is how you would store a value (99 in this example) at the index 0:
 
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myArray[0] = 99 ;
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