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tutorials:forth [2022/03/07 16:39]
lars Update to reflect this is mostly for FORTH-10.
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lars Add a section for John Wilson's FORTH.
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 **FORTH** is another interpreter originally written on the MIT AI lab DEC-20 called OZ, by John Wilson. **FORTH** is another interpreter originally written on the MIT AI lab DEC-20 called OZ, by John Wilson.
  
-====== Survival Guide ======+====== FORTH-10 Survival Guide ======
  
 Start the interpreter on TWENEX with the command ''FORTH-10''. If you have not created an [[#start-up_file|auto-load file]], FORTH-10 will respond with the default greeting and prompt. Start the interpreter on TWENEX with the command ''FORTH-10''. If you have not created an [[#start-up_file|auto-load file]], FORTH-10 will respond with the default greeting and prompt.
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 At start-up, FORTH-10 searches the user's log-in directory for a file named ''AUTO-LOAD.4TH''. If such a file exists, it is loaded automatically. If the file does not exist, FORTH-10 displays a standard greeting message. At start-up, FORTH-10 searches the user's log-in directory for a file named ''AUTO-LOAD.4TH''. If such a file exists, it is loaded automatically. If the file does not exist, FORTH-10 displays a standard greeting message.
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 +====== FORTH ======
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 +Start the John Wilson's interpreter on TWENEX with the command ''FORTH''. It will respond with this greeting and prompt.
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 +  @FORTH
 +  FORTH/Oz v1 (JohnW)
 +  ok
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 +Exit FORTH with the command ''BYE''.
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 ====== Reference ====== ====== Reference ======
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