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.
This category holds links for books, paper or online, on the Forth programming language, and very closely related issues.
This category holds links for books, paper or online, on the Forth programming language, and very closely related issues.
This category holds links for books, paper or online, on the Forth programming language, and very closely related issues.
This category lists businesses that are involved heavily in Forth: consulting, development, sales. As in all aspects of Forth, there are a surprising number of commercial options.
The goal of this category is to be the most comprehensive list of Forth implementations and links on the Internet. Forth is a programming language with a lot of implementations; you might say it is implementation rich; it may have more implementations than any other language. This is a strength and a weakness; it has positive and negative aspects, depending on your application. Many other languages are standardized, or complex and large, and when users want a new feature or change, they write an extension. Forth is less standardized and very compact, and when users want a new feature or change, they write an implementation. Forth philosophy is: If you can't find what you want in an extant Forth, write your own. Flexibility is the key virtue and goal.
This category holds all types of organizations devoted to using and/or advancing the Forth programming language in some way. The most common such groups are Forth Interest Groups (FIGs), which are quite like, but not quite the same as, user groups.
To this category, please submit all types of organizations devoted to using and/or advancing the Forth programming language in some way.
Personal pages of Forth programmers, evangelists, fans.