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@jamison

To calculate Williams %R in Kotlin, you can use the following code snippet:

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fun williamsPercentR(highs: List<Double>, lows: List<Double>, closes: List<Double>, period: Int): List<Double> { val result = mutableListOf<Double>() for (i in period - 1 until highs.size) { val highestHigh = highs.subList(i - period + 1, i + 1).maxOrNull() ?: 0.0 val lowestLow = lows.subList(i - period + 1, i + 1).minOrNull() ?: 0.0 val currentClose = closes[i] val percentR = ((highestHigh - currentClose) / (highestHigh - lowestLow)) * -100 result.add(percentR) } return result } |

This function takes in three lists of high prices, low prices, and closing prices, as well as the period for which you want to calculate the Williams %R. It then loops through the lists to calculate the highest high and lowest low within the specified period, and then calculates the Williams %R based on the formula (highestHigh - currentClose) / (highestHigh - lowestLow) * -100.

You can call this function with your data and desired period to calculate Williams %R for each data point.

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