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Printing items in algorithms

is there a way to use "print" in algorithms and see what you are printing somewhere?

presently i can see only a couple of ways of doing this:

  1. using jupyter notebooks for parts of the code you try to print
  2. sending output to some log or debug

 

the only way to run the algorithm is to do a backtest afaik and i don't see the print statement output anywhere.

thx

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Please do the bootcamp tutorials to learn how to use Debug.
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thx jared! i've figured out how to use Debug in a rudimentary fashion and can get some results already.

i will go to bootcamp to see what else is there.

thx for such a speedy response!

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