Library "arsenal"
This library is a collection of weapons that will help us win the war against the market.

isNewbar(res, timezone) Checks if the res is in new bar at the current timeframe
  Parameters:
    res: - resolution of the bar to check if new
    timezone: - timezone of the resolution
  Returns: ch: - 1=true, 0=false
Release Notes: v2

Added:
toNumberString(number) Converts the number into a human readable format
  Parameters:
    number: - number in float
  Returns: string: - number in human readable format
Release Notes: v3

Added:
toPercentString(number) Converts the number into a human readable % format
  Parameters:
    number: - number in float
  Returns: string: - number in % that is readable to human
Release Notes: v4

Added:
show_alerts(title) Show an alert based on the bar's close
  Parameters:
    title: - title of the alert
  Returns: label

percentChange(prev, new) Converts % change
  Parameters:
    prev: - previous value
    new: - new value
  Returns: float: - % change in float
Release Notes: v5

Added:
showAlerts(title) Show an alert based on the bar's close
  Parameters:
    title: - title of the alert
  Returns: label

Removed:
show_alerts(title) Show an alert based on the bar's close
Release Notes: v6

added isNewbarSecurity -> to check if it's a new bar at this timeframe. This function is using the request security so be careful using this a lot.
Release Notes: v7

removed isnewbar security
Release Notes: v8

Added:
numberBeforeDecimalPoint(number) Counts the number of digits before decimal point
  Parameters:
    number: - in float
  Returns: number of digits

numberAfterDecimalPoint(number) Counts the number of digits after decimal point
  Parameters:
    number: - in float
  Returns: number of digits

roundToMinTick(number, minTick) Rounds number to same decimals of mintick
  Parameters:
    number: - in float, number to round
    minTick: - in float, decimals to use
  Returns: rounded number
Release Notes: v9

Added:
toPriceFormat(price) Rounds number to price format (same decimals as the current asset)
  Parameters:
    price: - the number to format
  Returns: formatted price

toPriceFormatString(price) Rounds number to price format (same decimals as the current asset)
  Parameters:
    price: - the number to format
  Returns: formatted price to string
Release Notes: v10

Added:
getAverageFromArray(array) Gets the average of all the values from the array
  Parameters:
    array: - in float
  Returns: the avarage mean

getHighestFromArray(array) Gets the highest of all the values from the array
  Parameters:
    array: - in float
  Returns: the highest value from the array

getLowestFromArray(array) Gets the lowest of all the values from the array
  Parameters:
    array: - in float
  Returns: the lowest value from the array

toNumberStringWithoutDecimal(number) Converts the number into a human readable format but also dropping decimals
  Parameters:
    number: - number in float
  Returns: string: - number in human readable format
Release Notes: v11
Release Notes: v12

Added:
timeframeToString(string) Converts timeframe into human readable string
  Parameters:
    string: - timeframe
  Returns: timeframe in human readable string
Release Notes: v13

Added:
getUnitLabel() Gets the unit of time based on current timeframe on chart
  Returns: unit of time
Release Notes: v14

Added:
getTimeUnit() Gets the unit of time
  Returns: unit of time

getTimeUnitLabel() Gets the label of unit of time based on current timeframe on chart
  Returns: unit of time

convertToTimeUnit(count) Converts to unit based on bar
  Parameters:
    count: - in float
  Returns: unit of time

Removed:
getUnitLabel() Gets the unit of time based on current timeframe on chart
Release Notes: v15

Added:
getTimeUnitLabelRaw() Gets the label of unit of time based on current timeframe on chart
  Returns: unit of time

multiplyTimeframe() Multiply the current chart's timeframe
  Returns: new timeframe
Release Notes: v16

Added:
normalize(src, min, max)
  Parameters:
    src: - source to normalize like macd histogram
    min: - minimum value
    max: - maximum value
  Returns: normalized value

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