The program passed to pforth starts with @ with no items on the stack, while @ requires one. This invokes ambiguous behaviour so pforth is fully entitled to crash. (DPANS 2.1)
So this bug report must be rejected and closed.
P.S. This bug report reflects an appalling lack of understanding of Forth.


Groetjes Albert

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Suffering is the prerogative of the strong, the weak -- perish.
Albert van der Horst

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Suffering is the prerogative of the strong, the weak -- perish.
Albert van der Horst

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