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Youtube vids: making tools in fig-FORTH

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Hello everyone,

I've made a series of 4 YouTube videos describing in detail the conceptual work, and the creation of words to implement an ANTIC disassembler tool in FORTH to compliment the ANTIC assembler that I wrote.

This basically demonstrates how FORTH can quickly be used to make useful tools that can be intermingled with the development of programs in FORTH so that you don't have to load entire other programs to get stuff done, but rather just flow from one vocabulary of words to the next.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qnbN8fEOp4g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QF97z-aC1M
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up2AHDdK8jM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1Hbjwxp6LI

Let me know what you guys, think.
-Thom

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Hi cas,

I have placed a ZIP containing my current FIG forth disk, and my fig forth routines disk (DR1 0 25 INDEX should give a listing of all the relevant screens on the routines disk), here:

[url="https://96.226.245.101/work/Atari_FIG_Forth_Disks.zip"]https://96.226.245.1...Forth_Disks.zip[/url]

-Thom

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[quote name='cas' timestamp='1358278295' post='2677223']
Hello Thom,

do you publish your code (the ANTIC Disassembler) somewhere?

I would like to port it to VolksForth if possible.

-- Carsten
[/quote]

Were you able to get it?

-Thom

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[quote name='tschak909' timestamp='1358742324' post='2680540']
Were you able to get it?

-Thom
[/quote]

Hi Thom,

yes, I was able to get the disk, thanks for sharing. I will look at the code this week.

-- Carsten Edited by cas

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