Windows344 (10/21/2012 4:36:48 AM) comp.lang.lisp I looked at the SBCL website and it said that it ran "experimentally"
on Windows. That didn't sound very encouraging. Is there any CL that
is for Windows? I need one that has a 64-bit x86 assembler available
x86 assembler255 (9/24/2012 5:38:27 AM) comp.lang.lisp Is there an x86 assembler available for any CL?
If so, does it support 64-bit x86?
EXECUTE-PARSING850 (7/19/2011 9:26:30 PM) comp.lang.forth On Jul 18, 7:36=A0pm, Julian Fondren wrote: > On Jul 18, 6:56=A0pm, Hugh Aguilar wrote: > > All in all, EXECUTE-PARSING is clumsily written and badly designed. > > Why? Here is a simple version of the EXECUT... Hugh
another pop quiz for Forth novices3639 (7/12/2011 4:12:27 AM) comp.lang.forth On Jul 7, 3:32=A0am, Gerry Jackson wrote: > On 07/07/2011 00:19, Hugh Aguilar wrote: > > I have more than one way to implement arrays. I have my =A0etc.= , > > and I also have =A0which is more robust in that w... Hugh
pop quiz for Forth novices10580 (6/14/2011 2:25:22 AM) comp.lang.forth Here is pop quiz to test the Forth novice's understanding of Forth philosophy. The following RfD was rejected by the Forth-200x committee because it demonstrates a complete failure to understand *two* fundament... Hugh
charts #21667 (1/11/2011 2:16:57 AM) comp.lang.postscript Is there any software available for generating PostScript or LaTeX for charts, such as used in business? These can range from pie charts to more sophisticated representations of information. I would prefer Lis... Hugh
the next generation of Forth programmers11671 (11/13/2010 9:03:07 PM) comp.lang.forth On Nov 11, 5:31=A0am, rickman wrote: > I estimate it is just a matter of time... and not much of it... before > Hugh has a manifesto... > > Anyone disagree? > > Rick As a practical matter, it makes more sense... Hugh
slide-rule photo-lithography358 (11/9/2010 10:08:38 PM) comp.lang.postscript A while ago I upgraded my program that generates PostScript for slide- rule images for photo-lithography (and also generates gcode for a CNC milling machine). http://www.forth.org/novice.html This is my first P... Hugh
fixes for problems in Gforth1038 (11/3/2010 11:57:25 PM) comp.lang.forth One of the major problems with Gforth is that S" and C" don't work in interpretive mode. It is necessary to have these words work, and to allow for multiple instances of them, for the purpose of interactively t... Hugh
heap implementation3048 (8/2/2012 7:25:46 AM) comp.lang.forth Does anybody know how to implement a heap on the modern x86
This question came up on comp.lang.forth:
I c... hughaguilar961(61)
DEFER/IS1362 (8/8/2012 9:21:25 AM) comp.lang.forth Does IS have a compile-time counter-part (for example [IS] ) that
allows it to be used in a colon definition?
Example (somewhat contrived, apologies):
: odd ." Odd" cr ;
: even ." Even" cr... markrobertwills(871)
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?
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)
Help with Array implementation1735 (9/14/2012 2:40:22 AM) comp.lang.forth I am trying to implement an Array word that makes arrays. The problem I am having is trying to make do some bounds checking. I don't want an array to access memory that doesn't belong to it, so I need this feat... programmingkidx(18)
CELL and CELL+ Words3893 (9/15/2012 7:24:53 PM) comp.lang.forth I am trying to write a program using the FORTH-83 standard, and I have *no*
CELL or CELL+ words. Can someone tell me exactly how to implement these
words using only the FORTH-83 standard words???
Olympic Spririt for Forth666 (9/15/2012 9:28:12 PM) comp.lang.forth In attending this years EuroForth conference in Oxford, it seems that the
community needs to instil the "Inspire a Generation" spirit that pervaded
the London 2012 Olympics event. By this we mean that we ne... Paul_E.Bennett(267)
Parallax Propeller #35289 (1/13/2013 6:37:05 AM) comp.arch.embedded
For some reason I found myself reading these newsgroups which I haven't
really used for many years. It seems that although the Parallax Propeller
web forums are extremely active there never seems to be mu... peterjakacki(29)