Forth: Very compact, fast, imperative programming language based on last-in first-out (LIFO) stacks. It can be characterized as an interpreted, stack-based, postfix notation, macro Assembly language. If stacks are an optimal representation for your problem, and you have tight hardware requirements, strongly investigate and consider Forth. Many implementations exist, free and commercial.
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Chuck Moore Forth related links and streaming videos. Forth CPU chips. F21 simulator with editor/machine Forth compiler-assembler/debugger (freeware).
Creator and inventor of Forth. New incarnation of Forth with simplified color-based syntax, improved performance. Forth articles, multiprocessors, VLSI design tool.
Ideas and tips from the comp.lang.forth usenet newsgroup.
DNW's Forth Page
A useful collection of Forth libraries, Forth to C translators, hints.
EuroForth: European Forth Conference
Friendly international conference where time is made for meeting people, informal discussion, contacts. Delegates from many continents, all parts of Europe including Eastern Europe, former Soviet Union. Introduction, schedule, mail list, prior events.
EuroForth: Yahoo Groups
Mail list archive for conference-related announcements, and for delegates to discuss conference organization, especially the topic of conference workshop.
Growing article, with links to many related topics. Wikipedia.
Forth in Java Programming
Resources for using Forth in a Java world.
Up-to-date collection of Forth links and collaborative wiki web.
Forth Programming Language
Forth history and selected links, with a focus on artificial intelligence.
Forth Research at Institut für Computersprachen
List of Forth-related projects at the Institut für Computersprachen, Wien, Austria.
Older Forth standard (superseded by the 1994 one).
Hello, World program
Example of simple Forth program.
Mind.Forth Artificial Intelligence
Robot AI (in Win32Forth) based on an original theory of mind.
Morse trainer for PalmOS written in Forth
Including source program in Quartus Forth (a Forth implementation for PalmOS). Write a phrase and then listen to it in morse. The program includes words for setting speed (in WPM, CODEX and PARIS) and tone pitch.
On Standardizing Object-Oriented Forth Extensions
Treats points relevant to the Neon/Yerk model, which is implemented in Mops, Win32Forth, and ANS Forth; and which now seems to be the most popular model.
Webring: Forth Programming Webring
Easy signup submission page, with some content. This website powered by webserver software zHTTP written in zForth (what else?) by site author.
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