Scripting Aliases

Author: Optuma Team Last updated: Apr 3, 2020 05:23


Aliases are shortcuts for commonly used functions that can be used when building a script.

The current aliases available are:

  • C = Close();
  • O = Open();
  • H = High();
  • L = Low();
  • V = Volume();

For example, in older versions of Optuma you would need to build the following script to find instances of where the Close was higher than the Open…

Close() > Open()

You can also produce the same result using the following condensed script:

C > O