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6 Invaluable Free Forth Books - Page 2

6 Invaluable Free Forth Books - Part 2

4.†Stack Computers: the new wav

Stack Computers: the new wav
Website www.ece.cmu.edu/~koopman/stack_computers
Author Philip J. Koopman, Jr.
Format PDF, HTML, ZIP
Pages 231

Stack Computers: the new wav covers a wide variety of topics so that these new stack machines may be understood not only for their technical merits, but also within the context of how they can be used to solve problems, and where they fit in the overall computer architecture picture.

Chapters explore:

  • Introduction and Review
  • A Taxonomy of Hardware Stack Support
  • Multiple-stack, 0-operand Machines
  • Architecture of 16-bit systems
  • Architecture of 32-bit systems
  • Understanding Stack Machines
  • Software Issues
  • Applications
  • The Future of Stack Computers

5. A Beginner's Guide to Forth

A Beginner's Guide to Forth
Website galileo.phys.virginia.edu/classes/551.jvn.fall01/primer.htm
Author J.V. Noble
Format HTML
Pages -

This book provides an introduction to the power of the Forth programming language. Forth is an unusual computer language that has probably been applied to more varied projects than any other.

Chapters cover:

  • The structure of Forth
  • Extending the dictionary
  • Stacks and reverse Polish notation (RPN)
  • Using memory
  • Comparing and branching
  • Documenting and commenting Forth code
  • Integer arithmetic operations
  • Looping and structured programming
  • CREATE ... DOES> (the pearl of Forth)
  • Floating point arithmetic
  • Non-trivial programming example
  • Some remarks about strings
  • Assembly language programming

6. And so Forth...

And so Forth

Website ficl.sourceforge.net/pdf/Forth_Primer.pdf
Author Hans Bezemer
Format PDF
Pages 82

And so Forth... is a primer for the Forth programming language. It is written in the hope that it will offer a useful introduction to Forth and ensure that programmers are not put off from learning this language due to the cost of buying Forth textbooks.

This book is released under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.1 or any later version.

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