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Where do SMA function implement?

A SimpleMovingAverage is always initialized with fast = SMA(Symbol, 5, Resolution.Daily);

but not its own constructor public SimpleMovingAverage(string name, int period).

I am able to find the source code of SimpleMovingAverage but wonder where i can find SMA function implementation?
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Underneath your algorithm in "QCAlgorithm" class there are lots of helper functions. These wrap the indicator system and make it easy for beginners to use.

You can see the source code of the SMA function here:
Github/Lean/Algorithm/QCAlgorithm.Indicators.cs

For more help with this see the Lean documentation: https://lean.quantconnect.com
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