The programming language Forth
Author: Albert Nijhof
Translation: Marcel Hendrix (Marcel's Home Page)
Control structures I
The compile-time and run-time behavior of IF THEN BEGIN etc.
Control structures II
Example of a programming style that minimizes conditional branches.
This program coordinates processes that run with different speeds:
they'll start at the same time, run smoothly, and stop at the same time.
CATCH and THROW I
CATCH and THROW II
About manipulating the input stream.
KISS-commands in Forth
About postfix, infix and prefix.