Thread: where is the wrong? Help

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    where is the wrong? Help

    when i try to use ch plot the graph of sin(x),there are error as below " >ch -u ""
    ERROR: expecting an identifier in declaration
    ERROR: syntax error before or at line 134 in file 'D:/Program Files (x86)/C语言/include/chplot.h'
    ==>: CPlot(const char *licensestr);
    BUG: CPlot(<== ???

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    Post the smallest and simplest program that you expect to compile but which demonstrates the error.
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    Welcome to the forum, Chinese!

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    I am not sure this is a C program issue or C and C++ interpreter issue.

    I am going with C and C++ interpreter issue.
    I suggest if you choose the name "C语言" that the ch interpreter might require standard ASCII characters only in the installation folder name.

    NOTE: I have never used ch.

    Tim S.

    From Ch (computer programming) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Ch (pron.: /ˌsiːˈeɪtʃ/) is a proprietary cross-platform C and C++ interpreter originally designed by Harry H. Cheng as a scripting language for beginners to learn mathematics, computing, numeric methods, and programming in C/C++. Ch is now developed and marketed by SoftIntegration, Inc. A student edition is freely available.
    "...a computer is a stupid machine with the ability to do incredibly smart things, while computer programmers are smart people with the ability to do incredibly stupid things. They are,in short, a perfect match.." Bill Bryson

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