coding multiple successive non-speech utterances

lise menn lisemenn62 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 15 12:33:02 EST 2019


CHAT allows an abbreviated coding for repeated speech utterances (no, no, 
no, no) but the same coding convention is rejected for non-speech.

In particular:

CHI squeals nine times in a row, but Check rejects the line 
*CHI: &=squeals [x 9].

Can I code this without re-repeating the line  *CHI: &=squeals.  ?

Thanks, Lise

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