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Ch is a C/C++ interpreter and scripting language environment used by teachers, students, engineers and scientists around the world to learn math, numerical computing, C/C++, and write cross-platform code and embedded scripts quickly and efficiently. It is an alternative solution to C/C++ compiler.
"One of the main obstacles to learn a computer language is learning the things not germane to learning the language. Ch is as close to a perfect teaching environment as I have seen in 20 years for teaching C or C++. I advocate Ch to all of my CS students. If I were in charge of the world, I would require all schools to use an interactive environment such as Ch."
--- Professor Gene Sheppard, Computer Science, Georgia Perimeter College
"Ch is the first implementation, portable to different platforms, of major new features of complex numbers, variable length arrays (VLAs), and IEEE floating-point arithmetic added in C99.
--- Tom MacDonald, the former Chair of the ANSI C Standard Committee
The Curriculum for Introductory Computer Programming and Math Programming in Ch
01/12, 2015 The Curriculum for Introductory Computer Programming and Learning Pre-Algebra/Algebra in Ch is now available. It is especially suitable for introduction to computing in K-12.
New Embedded Ch customers
Teaching and programming with Ch for tertiary-level mechatronics engineering education By Stopforth, Riaan
An introduction to Ch: Implementing a temperature converter in Ch
by Sriranga Veeraraghavan
C/C++ interpreter Ch and Embedded Ch 7.0 for Solaris Sparc 64 bit released
Ch book in Japanese for high school students is available
C/C++ interpreter Ch 7.0, Embedded Ch 7.0, SIGL 3.0 and Ch Mechanism Toolkit 2.5 released
Textbook: "C for Engineers and Scientists" Chinese Edition published
Ch unixODBC package 4.0.2 released
SoftIntegration Announces Free C/C++ Interpreter Ch Student Edition 6.3
FunctionBay Integrates Embedded Ch into RecurDyn/CoLink for Design of Controllers for Dynamic Systems
Intel Corporation selected Embedded Ch