Talk:Documentation/Calc Functions/OPT BARRIER

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SF Comments

(1) General. I am not convinced that “option-pricing” needs to be hyphenated.
(2) Returns. Maybe change “pricing” to “price”? The text “, using the Black-Scholes option-pricing model” is probably not needed here. Maybe change “parameters” to “arguments”?
(3) Arguments, Spot. The text “and should be greater than 0.0” can be deleted – it is covered by the word “positive” earlier in the sentence.
(4) Arguments, Volatility. The text “The value should be greater than 0.0.” can be deleted – it is covered by the word “positive” in the previous sentence. The value can be entered as a percentage or a decimal fraction.
(5) Arguments, Rate. The value can be entered as a percentage or a decimal fraction.
(6) Arguments, Foreign Rate. The value can be entered as a percentage or a decimal fraction.
(7) Arguments, Maturity. Suggest inserting “non-negative” before “real number” and deleting “and should be non-negative.”
(8) Arguments, Strike. Suggest inserting “non-negative” before “real number” and deleting “and should be non-negative.”
(9) Arguments, Put Call. Software only requires a string that starts with “p” or “c”; only the first character is checked.
(10) Arguments, In Out. Software only requires a string that starts with “i” or “o”; only the first character is checked.
(11) Arguments, Barrier Monitoring. Software only requires a string that starts with “c” or “e”; only the first character is checked.
(12) Arguments, Greek. Delete “, in this case,”.
(13) Additional details. “Options” should be singular. “model” shown be part of the link.

--Stevefanning (talk) 2020-11-22T12:06:26 (UTC)