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Programming with Ch (ChIDE)

Q:  I type a Ch program in Google Docs first. I get syntax errors on the quotation marks when I copy and paste the  program from Google Doc into ChIDE. How can I fix this?
A: Google Docs uses a different symbol for quotation marks that ChIDE does not recognize. Google offers a free plugin called Text that can be downloaded and used to write Ch programs in. If you write a program using Text and save it as a .ch file, you will not have syntax errors when opening the program in ChIDE.

More FAQ about programming with Ch can be found in SoftIntegration’s FAQ page.