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Bruce, thanks for the reply, but I am not using a third number, just the variable that I posted "STOCH50.3".
The condition is working, so it must be using an implied third number to make up all three variables required to make up a STOCH.
In a different program, one is required to give all three, and that is what I am trying to work out. Since there is no third number expressed, I don't know what to use.
Also, note that my variable is using a period, not a comma, so perhaps that means something as well? I have also seen examples here where people have 4 variables, so I am totally confused.
I know that my period for "STOCH50.3" is 50, but what is:
I am using a variable in a pcf of mine that reads "STOC50.3"
What are the values that I would use in expression that stochastic in terms of %K, %D and the period.
I am one number short, and not sure what to use?
Thanks for the help