[blackcat] L2 Twisted Pair Indicator

On the grand stage of the financial market, every trader is looking for a partner who can lead them to dance the tango well. The "Twisted Pair" indicator is that partner who dances gracefully in the market fluctuations. It weaves the rhythm of the market with two lines, helping traders to find the rhythm in the market's dance floor.

Imagine when the market is as calm as water, the "Twisted Pair" is like two ribbons tightly intertwined. They almost overlap on the chart, as if whispering: "Now, let's enjoy these quiet dance steps." This is the market consolidation period, the price fluctuation is not significant, traders can relax and slowly savor every detail of the market.

Now, let's describe the market logic of this code in natural language:

- **HJ_1**: This is the foundation of the market dance steps, by calculating the average price and trading volume, setting the tone for the market rhythm.
- **HJ_2** and **HJ_3**: These two lines are the arms of the dance partner, they help traders identify the long-term trend of the market through smoothing.
- **HJ_4**: This is a magnifying glass for market sentiment, it reveals the tension and excitement of the market by calculating the short-term deviation of the price.
- **A7** and **A9**: These two lines are the guide to the dance steps, they separate when the market volatility increases, guiding the traders in the right direction.
- **WATCH**: This is the signal light of the dance, when the two lines overlap, the market is calm; when they separate, the market is active.

The "Twisted Pair" indicator is like a carefully choreographed dance, it allows traders to find their own rhythm in the market dance floor, whether in a calm slow dance or a passionate tango. Remember, the market is always changing, and the "Twisted Pair" is the perfect dance partner that can lead you to dance out brilliant steps.

The script of this "Twisted Pair" uses three different types of moving averages: EMA (Exponential Moving Average), DEMA (Double EMA), and TEMA (Triple EMA). These types can be selected by the user through exchange input.

Here are the main functions of this code:

1. Defined the DEMA and TEMA functions: These two functions are used to calculate the corresponding moving averages. EMA is the exponential moving average, which is a special type of moving average that gives more weight to recent data. In the first paragraph, ema1 is the EMA of "length", and ema2 is the EMA of ema1. DEMA is 2 times of ema1 minus ema2.
2. Let users choose to use EMA, DEMA or TEMA: This part of the code provides an option for users to choose which type of moving average they want to use.
3. Defined an algorithm called "Twisted Pair algorithm": This part of the code defines a complex algorithm to calculate a value called "HJ". This algorithm involves various complex calculations and applications of EMA, DEMA, TEMA.
4. Plotting charts: The following code is used to plot charts on Tradingview. It uses the plot function to draw lines, the plotcandle function to draw candle (K-line) charts, and yellow and red to represent different conditions.
5. Specify colors: The last two lines of code use yellow and red K-line charts to represent the conditions of HJ_7. If the conditions of HJ_7 are met, the color of the K-line chart will change to the corresponding color.

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Open-source script

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