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Even worse, when you change one of them you have to edit all your programs. Most Forths have a way to permanently include them in the kernel, but if you’re not up to that or want your programs to be as portable as possible you can solve this in a better way. fs” before starting with the main program. We’ve done exactly the same in the following sections. Most of the code you’ll find there uses the Easy4tH extensions, so instead of listing them every single time, we’ve just included them. Easy4tH has old favorites like ”PLACE” and ”NUMBER” already available to you.
The word ’R>’ does it the other way around. It takes the topmost item from the Return Stack and puts it on the Data Stack. Let’s try it out: : 2swap rot >r rot r> ; ( ( ( ( ( n1 n1 n1 n3 n3 n2 n3 n3 n4 n4 n3 n4) n4 n2) n4) n1) n1 n2) \ \ \ \ \ four items on the stack rotate the topmost three n2 is now on the Return Stack rotate other items get n2 from the Return Stack And why does it work in this colon-definition? Why doesn’t the program go haywire? Because the Return Stack is and was perfectly balanced.
Create one 32 chars allot s" Hans" one place one 2 chars + c@ emit cr \ \ \ \ define string one initialize string one get the second character print it CHAPTER 3. 21 Storing individual characters Storing individual characters works just the same. Keep that array of characters in mind. When we want to fetch a variable we write: my_var @ When we want to store a value in a variable we write: 5 my_var ! Fetching only requires the address of the variable. Storing requires both the address of the variable *AND* the value we want to store.