Forth like interpreter
darrell at dorb.com
Sun Mar 12 17:49:42 CET 2000
"Kragen Sitaker wrote:
> >Kragen Sitaker mentioned in "What if Python Replaced Elisp" that Forth
> >compilers were easy. He's right!
> It was only hearsay! I have the F83 source but have never understood
> it :)
Python sure expresses it compactly.
I tried reading fig Forth source many years ago, but it was like searching
for a needle in a threaded language.
> Traditionally, Forth includes a vocabulary that lets you assemble stuff
> on the fly. Execution of a word in the assembler vocabulary either set
> up a parameter (e.g. source register) or appended an instruction to the
> currently-being-built routine.
Wonder what a inline pseudo 'C' syntax for Python might look like.
def "C" someCcode(y, list1):
for(int x=0; x < y: ++x)
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