Hi Jon - also works on windows 64bit version
: : : ff 0 if 77 else 88 then ;
Done defining ff as (0 $200243534)
Done defining fac as (_dup_ 1 _>_ $200244051)
5 fac .s
On Fri, Aug 26, 2016 at 11:26 AM, Brian Walker <bwb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Jon,
> works great for me on linux 64bit version.
> Am 26.08.2016 um 15:53 schrieb Jon Kleiser:
>> This summer I have had some fun trying to figure out how to implement a
>> super simple toy Forth. For a start, I chose PicoLisp as an implementation
>> language. You may find it here:
>> There is one problem, however, occurring quite regularly when I run this
>> forth.l using 32-bit PicoLisp on Mac. As the README.md suggests, I start it
>> by doing this
>> pil path/to/forth.l +
>> If I then enter “: ff 0 if 77 else 88 then ;” (without the quotes), which
>> defines a new word “ff” (which when used always pushes 88 on the stack),
>> and then enter “t”, which is a (non-standard) word just for checking the
>> state of the “tempStack” field (probably empty), then I usually get a
>> “Segmentation fault: 11”.
>> I have not seen that problem when using 64-bit PicoLisp (in Docker).
>> Is this Segmentation fault caused by a bug in 32-bit PicoLisp, or is it
>> me doing something stupid?
>> Have a nice weekend!
>> /JonPԔ � &j)m����X��� � �zV�u�.n7�� ���r��e===
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