Hi Martin, > Who know more about forth? I once ported a 6502 FIG Forth to CBM/PET, what is an easy task. Sources are lost, but the binary is still somewhere on my disks. This winter I discussed porting VolksFORTH (a common F83 clone based on the more modern FORTH 83) to CBM/PET what would be not too hard too. I have been playing around with FORTH for quite a while, but after all I almost lost my interest in it when I actually understood how that indirect threaded code (inner interpreter) works: it isn't much faster than interpreted code, much slower than compiled code or assembler code but almost as hard/unreadable to code as assembler. Nils Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2013-04-24 19:00:27
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