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S to see what it does. We already know that the text interpreter searches through the dictionary to locate names. If you’ve followed the examples earlier, you will already have a definition called add-two. Lets try modifying it by typing in a new definition: : add-two dup . " + 2 =" 2 + . ; RET redefined add-two ok Forth recognised that we were defining a word that already exists, and printed a message to warn us of that fact. Let’s try out the new definition: 9 add-two RET 9 + 2 =11 ok All that we’ve actually done here, though, is to create a new definition, with a particular name.
You can get the current wordlist with get-current ( -- wid). If you want to put something into a specific wordlist without overall effect on the current wordlist, this typically looks like this: Chapter 3: Forth Tutorial 37 get-current mywords set-current ( wid ) create someword ( wid ) set-current You can write the search order with set-order ( wid1 .. widn n -- ) and read it with get-order ( -- wid1 .. widn n ). The first searched wordlist is topmost. s and thus unintuitive. Assignment: Define >order ( wid -- ) with adds wid as first searched wordlist to the search order.
Z which eliminates the need to free memory explicitly. 7 [Memory], page 59. 24 Characters and Strings On the stack characters take up a cell, like numbers. In memory they have their own size (one 8-bit byte on most systems), and therefore require their own words for memory access: create v4 104 c, 97 c, 108 c, 108 c, 111 c, v4 4 chars + c@ . v4 5 chars dump The preferred representation of strings on the stack is addr u-count, where addr is the address of the first character and u-count is the number of characters in the string.