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To compute Fibonacci extensions in Dart, you can use the following code snippet:

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// Function to compute Fibonacci extensions List<double> fibonacciExtensions(int n, double high, double low) { List<double> fibonacciLevels = []; double range = high - low; double fib0 = high; double fib1 = high - (range * 0.236); double fib2 = high - (range * 0.382); double fib3 = high - (range * 0.5); double fib4 = high - (range * 0.618); double fib5 = high - (range * 1.0); fibonacciLevels.addAll([fib0, fib1, fib2, fib3, fib4, fib5]); return fibonacciLevels; } void main() { int n = 5; double high = 100.0; double low = 50.0; List<double> fibonacciLevels = fibonacciExtensions(n, high, low); print('Fibonacci Extensions:'); fibonacciLevels.forEach((level) { print(level); }); } |

In this code, the `fibonacciExtensions`

function takes three parameters: `n`

(number of levels to compute), `high`

(the highest price), and `low`

(the lowest price). It then calculates Fibonacci extension levels based on the range between `high`

and `low`

. The function returns a list of Fibonacci extension levels.

In the `main`

function, you can specify the values of `n`

, `high`

, and `low`

, and then call the `fibonacciExtensions`

function to compute the Fibonacci extension levels. Finally, you can print out the computed Fibonacci extension levels.

You can further customize the code to compute additional Fibonacci extension levels or modify the calculations based on your requirements.