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Ch

(language)
An interpreted programming language sold by Soft Integration and marketed for scripting, shell programming and graph plotting, it is a superset of C++. Ch is also the name of Soft Integration's interpreter for the language. Currently the Ch interpreter is available for Windows, Solaris, HP-UX, Linux and Mac platforms.

Soft Integration.

ch

(networking)
The country code for Switzerland.
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The highest award for "exceptional achievement or service" is a Companion of Honour.
In the 2001 New Year Honours, he became a Companion of Honour, which ranks with a knighthood, but is more select in that only 65 people are allowed to hold it at any one time.
Twenty years after he was knighted by the Queen, Sir Paul was upgraded with a Companion of Honour for services to music.
She revealed her plans yesterday at Buckingham Palace after being made a Companion of Honour by Prince Charles.
The list of 46 awards included knighthoods for Cabinet ministers Michael Fallon and Patrick McLoughlin and former ministers Oliver Letwin and Hugo Swire while former Chancellor George Osborne becomes a Companion of Honour.
The full list of PM's nominations, revealed last night, showed ex-Chancellor George Osborne would be a Companion of Honour.
In other plaudits for the Edgbaston-based group, Stuart Griffiths, newly elected vice-president of the GBCC, was made an OBE while Sir Adrian Cadbury, president of Birmingham Chamber in 1988-89, was made a member of the Order of the Companion of Honour.
Singh, widely recognised as the oldest marathon runner in the world, is given a British Empire Medal while Dame Mary Peters, who won gold in the women's pentathlon in 1972 at the Munich Olympics, is made a Companion of Honour.
Actress Dame Maggie Smith is made a Companion of Honour, while Daniel Day-Lewis receives a knighthood, and Homeland star Damian Lewis gets an OBE.
Despite his love of the stage, Scofield, a Companion of Honour in 2001, appeared in Robert Redford's film, Quiz Show (1994).
2005: Actress Judi Dench was made a Companion of Honour by the Queen.

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