Library "ZigLib"
Calculate the points for ZigZag++.
You can use custom data and resolution for your ZigZag++.

Sample Usage

import DevLucem/ZigLib/1 as ZigZag

[direction, z1, z2] = ZigZag.zigzag(low, high)
bgcolor(direction<0? color.rgb(255, 82, 82, 80): color.rgb(0, 230, 119, 80))

line zz =, z1.price, z2.time, z2.price, xloc.bar_time, width=3)
if direction==direction[1]

zigzag(_low, _high, depth, deviation, backstep)
Get current zigzag points and direction
    _low (float)
    _high (float)
    depth (int)
    deviation (int)
    backstep (int)
Returns direction, chart point 1 and chart point 2

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