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Is it possible to access and use scanner results from within EasyLanguage?

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it should be doable, but it will likely involve some programming as I am not aware of an out of the box solution. One idea that should work is writing to text files in the scanner and reading this text file somewhere else. Another solution would use EL Collections to send the data from the scanner to the chart for example. With ELC 2.0 you can send data across different Tradestation applications and you can get the DLL and files for free in the official forum.

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