multiple Horizontal Lines with Names

ronviv1

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Please help me with plotting multiple horizontal lines at various price levels with names for a specific symbols showing on that specific chart (e.g. SPX, SPY, /ES) using TOS script. Thank you.

Example:
I want to plot a "dotted" horizontal line of "Yellow" color on SPX chart at the price level "5050.28" and Name it "0 Gamma" displayed on the left side of the line.
And a second "Solid" horizontal line of "Green" color at the price level :5025.25" and name it "Support" displayed on the left side of the line.
And a third "Solid" horizontal line of "Red" color at the price level :5100.50" and name it "Resistance" displayed on the left side of the line.

Similar plots for /ES at different price levels.
 
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Please help me with plotting multiple horizontal lines at various price levels with names for a specific symbols showing on that specific chart (e.g. SPX, SPY, /ES) using TOS script. Thank you.

Example:
I want to plot a "dotted" horizontal line of "Yellow" color on SPX chart at the price level "5050.28" and Name it "0 Gamma" displayed on the left side of the line.
And a second "Solid" horizontal line of "Green" color at the price level :5025.25" and name it "Support" displayed on the left side of the line.
And a third "Solid" horizontal line of "Red" color at the price level :5100.50" and name it "Resistance" displayed on the left side of the line.

Similar plots for /ES at different price levels.

set up 3 symbols and 3 prices for each symbol.
if the chart symbol matches one of the symbols, 3 lines will be drawn.

i'm drawing a blank for the real symbol for /ES, so i left it out


Code:
# symbol_lines

#https://usethinkscript.com/threads/plotting-multiple-horizontal-lines-with-names.18496/
#Plotting multiple Horizontal Lines with Names
at the price level :5100.50" and name it "Resistance" displayed on the left side of the line.

def na = double.nan;
def bn = barnumber();

#def lastbarbn = HighestAll(If(IsNaN(close), 0, bn));
#def lastbar = if (bn == lastbarbn) then 1 else 0;
#def lastbar = !isnan(close[0]) and isnan(close[-1]);


input sym1 = "SPY";
input s1_resistance = 522.0;
input s1_0_gamma = 520.0;
input s1_Support = 518.0;

input sym2 = "SPX";
input s2_resistance = 5100.50;
input s2_0_gamma = 5050.28;
input s2_Support = 5025.25;

input sym3 = "C";
input s3_resistance = 60.0;
input s3_0_gamma = 59.5;
input s3_Support = 59.0;

def s1 = (GetSymbol() == sym1);
def s2 = (GetSymbol() == sym2);
def s3 = (GetSymbol() == sym3);

addlabel(1, " ", color.black);
addlabel(1, sym1, (if s1 then color.yellow else color.gray));
addlabel(1, sym2, (if s2 then color.yellow else color.gray));
addlabel(1, sym3, (if s3 then color.yellow else color.gray));
addlabel(1, " ", color.black);

def line1;
def line2;
def line3;
if GetSymbol() == sym1 then {
  line1 = s1_resistance;
  line2 = s1_0_gamma;
  line3 = s1_Support;
} else if GetSymbol() == sym2 then {
  line1 = s2_resistance;
  line2 = s2_0_gamma;
  line3 = s2_Support;
} else if GetSymbol() == sym3 then {
  line1 = s3_resistance;
  line2 = s3_0_gamma;
  line3 = s3_Support;
} else {
  line1 = 0;
  line2 = 0;
  line3 = 0;
}

plot l1 = if line1 > 0 and !isnan(close) then line1 else na;
plot l2 = if line2 > 0 and !isnan(close) then line2 else na;
plot l3 = if line3 > 0 and !isnan(close) then line3 else na;

l1.SetDefaultColor(Color.red);
#l1.setlineweight(1);
#l1.hidebubble();
l2.SetDefaultColor(Color.yellow);
l2.SetStyle(Curve.MEDIUM_DASH);
#l2.setlineweight(1);
#l2.hidebubble();
l3.SetDefaultColor(Color.green);
#l3.setlineweight(1);
#l3.hidebubble();
#
 
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