As always, I have included advanced Pine programming techniques that conform to proper "Pine Etiquette". For those of you who are newcomers to Pine Script, this code release may also help you comprehend the "Power of Pine" by employing advanced programming techniques while exhibiting code utilization in a most effective manner. This script's uniqueness displays that we can now override built-in Pine functions. Firstly, you may have noticed that I replaced (), (), highest(), and lowest(). If you weren't aware of this Pine capability, well, here is a prime example... Now you know! Just heed caution when doing so to ensure your replacement algorithms are 100% sound. Lastly, I also added an additional "Median" line where the companion stochastics seemingly appear to gravitate within a central zone.
NOTICE: You may have observed, there is highest(), lowest(), (), and () custom functions overwriting Pine built-ins, some of which are audaciously used in ternary. "IF" you are planning to use Pine Script v4.0 functions in ternary, be forewarned, they WILL NOT operate as expected in most scenarios. The reason why I legitimately used them here in ternary is because they are ONLY manually controlled by an input(). If these were dynamically controlled with bar-to-bar dynamic conditional logic, you would most certainly run into serious unexpected programming issues, potentially resulting in hours of frustrations and guaranteed loss of hair. That's my lesson for this release, so never ever forget this when utilizing the full potential of the "Power of Pine". For more information concerning these potential dilemmas, please consult "Execution of Pine functions and historical context inside function blocks" in the "Pine Script v4 User Manual".
Features List Includes:
Dark Background - Easily disabled in indicator Settings->Style for "Light" charts or with Pine commenting
AND much, much more... You have the source!
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