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Options backtesting

I am new to QuantConnect.  My primary interest is backtesting options.    Can someone point me to resources that can get me started on options backtesting?   Python prefered but if it has to be in C#, that's okay too.

I looked at the options template in Github, but there isn't enought details.

https://github.com/QuantConnect/Lean/blob/master/Algorithm.Python/BasicTemplateOptionsAlgorithm.py

Thank you.

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Both Option and Python are new features and we are a little behind on examples.
At this moment, our team is working on more examples that will be presented as tutorials.

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