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- Subject: Re: Concatenative Programming was( help with naming convention)
- From: "Patrick Mc(avery" <patrick@...>
- Date: Fri, 14 Oct 2011 11:32:38 -0400
that's called stack-based languages. nothing new; in fact was the
first style of non-assembler languages.
if you want Forth, i know where to find it. :-)
Yes thanks. Forth influenced Factor, Joy was convergent evolution. What
might have value in this idea is that I don't want to write another
language, just to provide facilities for this sort of programming in
another. It seems like many of the operations occurring with the C API
could be described with Forth/Factor/Joy words. These words would be
built into other words and a rapid prototyping library for the C API
could be built. Then again maybe those wild mushrooms I ate are having
an unintended affect.