Category Archives: Forth

#forthlang: a macro line trick

Bored with Perl? Looking for a cool language to learn? Then why not try Forth? This post is aimed to tease you as to the possibilities of Forth, and hopefully to get you to try it. As usual, I will … Continue reading

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Let’s implement polymorphism in Forth

In my most-recent post about Forth, where I talked about POLs (Problem Oriented Languages) I said that I had been toying with the idea of implementing polymorphism. So that’s what I did. It’s the simplest thing that could possibly work. … Continue reading

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#forthlang: Problem Oriented Language

I saw a construct in Perl 5: use vars qw($var1 $var2); It is a pragma that is equivalent to my $var1;my $var; I guess there must be an equivalent in Raku, but I don’t know what it is. There’s a … Continue reading

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