Session 1 - BASE and the prompt in noForth

  cold↵
noForth V2553 Lp.0 141218
 OK.0
@) 10↵  OK.1
@) 2/ .↵ 8  OK.0
@) 2 base !↵  OK.0
2) decimal↵  OK.0
:) 8 base !↵  OK.0
8) 
8) decimal freeze↵  OK.0
:) cold↵
noForth V2553 Lp.0 141218
 OK.0
:) 10 2/ .↵ 5  OK.0
:) ok↵  OK.1
:) u.↵ 7  OK.0
:) 0 to ok↵
) 1 to ok↵  OK
) 2 to ok↵ .0
) 4 to ok↵
:) 7 to ok↵  OK.0
:)   OK.0
:) hx 8007 to ok↵  OK.0
:).  OK.0
:).7 to ok↵  OK.0
:)   OK.0
Yellow text comes from the user, ↵ = <enter>
and white text comes from noForth.

 OK.1 -> one number on stack.
noForth starts in hex.

DEPTH and BASE are printed as: n [char] 0 + emit 
For numbers > 9:
 :  ;  <  =  >  ?  @    is what you see
 10 11 12 13 14 15 16   is what it means 
You prefer a decimal start from now on?



About the prompt: OK is a value.

No bits set: Prompt will do only CR ." ) " 
bit 0 set: you see OK 
bit 1 set: you see a dot followed by depth
bit 2 set: you see base on the new line
7: All options together

bit 15 set: before every REFILL noForth will send an ACK
to the terminal, (or NAK, when an error has occurred).
In this terminal it causes a dot.

Just as with BASE you can FREEZE your setting of OK