Forth like interpreter

Tres Seaver tseaver at
Mon Mar 20 16:29:30 CET 2000

In article <slrn8d8mbb.nk6.wtanksle at>,
William Tanksley <wtanksle at> wrote:
>It's interesting that for all the time Lisp people spend talking about
>metaprogramming (programs which write programs) the most commonly used
>metaprogrammed language isn't even vaguely similar to Lisp.  (Anybody
>care to guess?)

PostScript -- what did I win? :)

Forth was the first "brain-bender" language I learned, and the one which
caused me to learn assembler.  I still credit Forth with making me Lisp-
impaired, via a kind of hysteresis.

Tres Seaver           tseaver at       713-523-6582
Palladion Software

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