Since 7/6/2012 1:47:46 AM, do_not_have6502 has written 7 articles and participated in 195 conversations. do_not_have6502 signature:
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"Bug? It still relies on *nix-style forw... Rod
Copyright issues with Forth200x draft2058 (8/3/2012 10:34:11 PM) comp.lang.forth
While some of the tests in Annex G of the Forth200x draft may be new and
specifically written for the draft, I recognized that some of them come from
copyrighted Hayes core code.
The issue is that the Ha... Rod
ANS' EVALUATE and related issues3058 (7/2/2012 11:46:38 PM) comp.lang.forth
"[...] Make the string described by 'c-addr' and 'u' both the input source
and input buffer, [...] "
Does that mean I can CMOVE the EVALUATE string to TIB? Or, must the
original strin... Rod
IMMEDIATE IMMEDIATE3268 (5/3/2012 8:10:39 AM) comp.lang.forth I'm not sure this matters any, but I noticed fig-Forth toggles immediacy with IMMEDIATE. However, the various specifications say that Forth only needs to "mark" or "make" a word immediate via IMMEDIATE. Does... Rod
Implementing ." in forth2083 (8/23/2012 2:12:52 PM) comp.lang.forth I am trying to write a small compatability harness for Mini (mini.terra-
weather.com) and am stumbling over ." (Mini has built-in strings, and
uses . instead of ." )
Anyway, I see it needs:
1) a PARSE ... invalid456(3284)
continue equivalent in Forth?6477 (8/19/2012 2:28:42 AM) comp.lang.forth When I am in a begin-while-repeat loop, I sometimes would like to go to the top of the loop. The "continue" keyword in C is what would help me perfectly here. Is there a "continue" like word in Forth?