Can I search for a derivative contract via Strike Price?

Can I search for a derivative contract via Strike Price?

  1. Yes, you can search for a derivative contract via Strike Price. 
  2. You can simply type “18500” to get Option Contracts with a strike price of 18500, whether it is Nifty or some other contract.

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