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FOOL - Forth On One Line
FOOL is a small programming language - the Linux/x86 implementation is about
2kB in size. As the name suggests, it's based on FORTH. The major differences
between FOOL and FORTH are:
- FOOL restricts word names to one character, and thus eliminates the need
for spacing. It's very compact, without losing the power of FORTH.
- FOOL is provided with a C interface, for use as scripting language. FORTH
can, but usually doesn't, do the same thing.
- One-letter identifiers makes word lookup extremely fast and easy to
implement, and by keeping it simple I barely had a single bug during the
Download FOOL for Linux/x86.