Structure of the Script
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A script in Pine syntactically consists of a series of statements. Each statement usually is placed on a separate line. It’s possible to place a few statements on one line, dividing them with a comma
,. The first statement on the line must be placed at the beginning, keeping in mind that spaces before the statement are not allowed (this has a direct relation to the syntax of multiple line functions). Statements are one of three kinds:
Long statements that don’t fit within in the width of the screen can be split to a few lines, further information about this can be found here.