|Ch (C/C++ interpreter) 3.0 released email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org) (2002-08-23)|
|Date:||23 Aug 2002 11:14:21 -0400|
|Organization:||EarthLink Inc. -- http://www.EarthLink.net|
|Keywords:||C, C++, interpreter|
|Posted-Date:||23 Aug 2002 11:14:21 EDT|
SoftIntegration, Inc., the leader of scripting technology for
ubiquitous computing, has released of Ch version 3.0.
Ch is an alternative to other scripting languages and mathematical
software packages for automating tasks, regression test, 2D/3D
graphical plotting and scientific numerical computing. Ch can be used
for real-time interactive computing, embedded scripting for open
architecture software development, mechatronic system integration,
and Web development.
Ch 3.0 is optimized for embedded scripting and supports more C99
features in comparision with Ch 2.1. Ch 3.0 Professional Edition
supports C LAPACK for solving systems of simultaneous linear
equations, least-squares solutions of linear systems of equations,
eigenvalue problems, and singular value problems. Ch X/Motif, GTK+,
Windows and OpenGL toolkits are now included in Ch
Standard/Professional Edition 3.0.
Ch 3.0 supports ISO C standard, C++ class, POSIX, GTK+, Windows,
OpenGL, X/Motif and socket/WinSock with over 8,000 functions. It is
an idea solution for rapid prototyping. With Ch, developers can
accelerate application development with numerical computation in
the domain of C/C++. It can avoid lengthy compile/link/execute/debug
cycles for rapid application development.
Ch has many high-level extensions to C, including shell programming
for system administration, generic functions, string type,
computational arrays for linear algebra and matrix computations,
user-friendly 2D/3D graphic plotting, classes for Common Gateway
Interface (CGI), and advanced high-level numerical functions for
linear systems, differential equation solving, integration, non-linear
equations, Fourier analysis, etc. For example, linear equation b = A*x
can be written verbatim in Ch.
Ch 3.0 Standard Edition is free for academic and non-profit
More information can be found at
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