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Savage Morning

Made for those Savage morning where you need to plot your values quicker.
The following section defines several input variables with default values that can be configured by the user:

resistance, weak_resistance, support, weak_support, gap_price, gap_price2, last_close, key_price, key_price1, key_price2, key_price3: These variables represent various price levels such as resistance, support, gap prices, and key levels. Users can input their own values for these levels when adding the indicator to their chart.
Next, there are boolean input variables that control the visibility of each line:

show_res, show_weak_res, show_sup, show_weak_sup, show_gap, show_gap2, show_last_close, show_key, show_key1, show_key2, show_key3: These variables allow users to choose which lines should be displayed on the chart by toggling them on or off.
Following that, there are multiple plot statements. These statements create plot series for each line that may be displayed on the chart. The plot function determines the value to be plotted based on the user's input and the visibility settings:

plot_res, plot_weak_res, plot_sup, plot_weak_sup, plot_gap, plot_gap2, plot_last_close, plot_key, plot_key1, plot_key2, plot_key3: These variables store the values to be plotted for the respective lines based on the user's input and visibility settings.
After defining the plot series, there are multiple plot statements that actually plot the lines on the chart. Each line has its own color and title specified.

Finally, labels are added on the right side of the lines to provide additional information. The label.new function is used to create labels for each line, displaying their names ("Res," "Weak Res," "Sup," etc.) at the corresponding price levels on the chart.

In summary, this Pine Script code creates a custom indicator named "Savage Morning" that allows users to input various price levels and choose which of these levels should be displayed on their chart. It plots these levels as lines with different colors and labels them for easy identification on the chart. The indicator is designed to help traders visualize important price levels and gaps that they have determined for themselves and make it easier for them to plot or change their own levels.
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