Visual Basic (Declaration)  

Public Overloads Shared Function UpperBollingerBands( _ ByVal s As Series, _ ByVal elementValue As ElementValue, _ ByVal standardDeviationLevel As Double, _ ByVal lengthOfMA As Integer _ ) As Series 
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C#  

public static Series UpperBollingerBands( Series s, ElementValue elementValue, double standardDeviationLevel, int lengthOfMA ) 
Parameters
 s
 An series where the first term correspond the latest periods price and the previous element is the value of the element before that and so on... The length of this series is equal to the number of periods used in the evaluation of the standard deviation.
 elementValue
 Specifies the particular element value (for example High, Low, Close or Open of the financial time series) which will be considered within this indicator evaluation. In particular, if you wish to use the element value high then you should pass the parameter High. In a similarly fashion if you wish to use the low, close or open, then you should pass the parameter Low, Close, Open, respectively.
 standardDeviationLevel
 The (positive) number of standard deviations which the lower band in shifted from the moving average.
 lengthOfMA
 The length of the moving average used within the evaluation of the Bollinger Bands. Note that this also corresponds to the length of the period over which the standard deviation is evaluated.
Return Value
A series where the first term corresponds to the value of the Upper Bollinger Band for the latest periods, the second terms to the previous period and so on.Exception  Description 

ArgumentException  Throw if the series historicalPrices is empty or if the number of standard deviations given (i.e. the parameter standardDeviationsLevel)is a negative number. 
Please note that by standard deviation level we not only refer to the number of standard
deviations shifts away from the moving average at which the Higher Bollinger Band is drawn
but also the number of time series points which are used in the evaluation of the standard
deviation and the moving average.