On Fri, 7 Jul 2006 scott@...
> > I guess a Forth-like language is out of the question. Easy to
> > implement,
> > but, kind of crazy to usher people to code in RPN something, what
> > they could write by themselves and recompile, in the first place.
> Yeah, not a lot of room.. but you're not the first to suggest Forth. I've
> got a book on designing 'little languages' and their interpreters... I'm
> hoping to get some insipration from that. It needs to be line-editable
> though, so you can make code changes remotely.
I once wrote a Forth interpreter for a 6803 processor in under 2k.
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