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Forth, as a language, is best known for being stack-based, and completely extensible. Each Forth environment provides one or more dictionaries of pre-defined words, and programming in Forth consists of defining and executing new words that are combinations of previously defined words. It has been said that learning Forth changes forever the way you think about writing programs.
For more information about Forth, visit the Forth Interest Group web site at http://www.forth.org/fig.html.
GForth(1) GForth(1) NAME gforth, gforth-ditc, gforth-makeimage - a fast and portable Forth system SYNOPSIS gforth [initialization options] [image-specific options] gforth-ditc [initialization options] [image-specific options] gforth-makeimage filename [initialization options] [image- specific opti more»
gforth (0.3.0-4) unstable; urgency=low * m68k doesn't want -traditional-cpp per James Troup, closes 22537. * fix a couple of lintian complaints -- Bdale Garbee <email@example.com> Sun, 24 May 1998 22:37:06 -0600 gforth (0.3.0-3) frozen unstable; urgency=low * fix reference to etags.el in gforth.el, closes 20152 * restructure 50gforth.el so it's loaded more intelligently, closes 18738. more»
The gforth package is covered by the GNU General Public License, Version 2, which is included on Debian systems as /usr/doc/copyright/GPL.