# Plot

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Plots the specified numerical or string expression on a chart, up to 999 different plots can be used simultaneously.

Plot can plot a Numerical value of a String value:

• Numerical: Plot offset, name, color, and plot line width can be specified by using the optional parameters.
• String: Ability to show a user-defined text message on the status line of the chart or in the scanner.

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## Examples

Plot the closing price using the default plot color and line width:

```Plot1(Close);
```

Plot the closing price using the default plot color and line width, and name the plot "Close":

```Plot1(Close,"Close",Default,Default,Default);
```

Plot the closing price, offset back by 3 bars, using the plot color of blue, using cell background color of green if this plot is applied to a scanner, line width of 3, and name the plot "Close 3 bars later":

```Plot1[3](Close,"Close 3 bars later",Blue,Green,3);
```

Plot the closing price, offset forward by 3 bars, using the RGB color 2138336 (Orange), and name the plot "Close 3 bars ago":

```Plot1[-3](Close,"Close 3 bars ago",2138336);
```

Plot the closing price using the legacy color value of 4 (Green) and name the plot "Close":

```[LegacyColorValue=True];
Plot1(Close,"Close",4);
```

Show the text "Attention!" on the status bar of the chart or in the scanner.

```Plot1("Attention!");
```

Show the text "Attention!" on the status bar of the chart or in the Market Scanner if the close price is greater than 100.

```If close > 100 then Plot1("Attention!");
```