by Leo Brodie
Publisher: FORTH, Inc. 2009
Number of pages: 346
Starting FORTH has been the classic Forth tutorial and textbook since its first release. Many experienced programmers have commented on its concise utility and completeness. Beginners will find a carefully planned introduction to the Forth programming language that will prepare them for other books.
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