# Edit price in chart bubble

#### bkbrown

##### New member
I want the close price listed in my chat bubble to not include the decimal places ( the close is 4124 and it is listed in chart bubble as 4124.6494). How do I edit the code? And what if I just wanted my title in the bubble and no price...how would I edit for that? (I don't know how to add a screen shot of my chart).

AddChartBubble(!IsNaN(close[b1]) and IsNaN(close), plotopenzoneH, "open zone " + plotopenzoneH, Color.light_gray, no);

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I want the close price listed in my chat bubble to not include the decimal places ( the close is 4124 and it is listed in chart bubble as 4124.6494). How do I edit the code? And what if I just wanted my title in the bubble and no price...how would I edit for that? (I don't know how to add a screen shot of my chart).

AddChartBubble(!IsNaN(close[b1]) and IsNaN(close), plotopenzoneH, "open zone " + plotopenzoneH, Color.light_gray, no);

The round() function will truncate the trailing decimal places. In this case it is set to zero
------> Round(plotopenzoneH, 0)

You can use an optional input to display the price in the bubble or not. ---> input bubble_price = yes;

In this case the paranthesis is necessary to...
I want the close price listed in my chat bubble to not include the decimal places ( the close is 4124 and it is listed in chart bubble as 4124.6494). How do I edit the code? And what if I just wanted my title in the bubble and no price...how would I edit for that? (I don't know how to add a screen shot of my chart).

AddChartBubble(!IsNaN(close[b1]) and IsNaN(close), plotopenzoneH, "open zone " + plotopenzoneH, Color.light_gray, no);

The round() function will truncate the trailing decimal places. In this case it is set to zero
------> Round(plotopenzoneH, 0)

You can use an optional input to display the price in the bubble or not. ---> input bubble_price = yes;

In this case the paranthesis is necessary to avoid a syntax error when using the if/then/else code.
-----> (if bubble_price then "" + Round(plotopenzoneH, 0) else "")

Since we want a blank (through a double quote "" ) in the else portion, the double quote "" is necessary in the then portion of the code ---> "" + Round(plotopenzoneH, 0)

Here is the code for the bubble. As you did not provide the entire code, I made a number close to your example and plotted it on a chart below

Code:
``````input plotopenzoneH = 4231.6494;
input bubble_price  = yes;
def b = 2;
def b1 = b + 1;
!IsNaN(close[b1]) and IsNaN(close[b]),
plotopenzoneH,
"open zone " +
(if bubble_price then "" + Round(plotopenzoneH, 0) else ""),
Color.LIGHT_GRAY,
no);``````

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