by Leo Brodie
Publisher: Punchy Publishing 2004
Number of pages: 316
This enduring work is the only book to fully explore not just the semantics of the Forth programming language, but also the philosophy and style that is used by its most successful practitioners. Interestingly, this philosophy applies well to programming practice in any language.
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by J.V. Noble - University of Virginia
Forth is an unusual computer language that has probably been applied to more varied projects than any other. It is the obvious choice when the project is demanding in terms of completion schedule, speed of execution, or compactness of code.
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