- May 18, 2016 at 6:04 PM #2327
If so please let me know as I am currently learning forth using “Starting forth” and hoping to find other newbies as well as experience forth developers, who maybe able to answer questions, give suggestion as needed. Thanks in advance for any help! Take care now.May 21, 2016 at 10:15 AM #2363
Starting Forth remains iconic. You also want to add Brodie’s Thinking Forth, The Forth Programming Handbook by Conklin & Rather, and Programming Forth by Pelc et. al. Additionally it helps to have the Forth introduction for the specific Forth version that you use and links to archives of similarly iconic Forth publications.
Wil BlakeMay 21, 2016 at 10:40 AM #2364
Besides being healthy for the brain, Forth is quite fun too. Though I do most of my production work these days in C#, I’m enjoying working on a fluid dynamics simulation (cubic non-compressible liquid) in SwiftForth. It will be faster than C# for one thing.
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