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Mon Aug 26 10:07:20 1996 UTC
(23 years ago) by anton
CVS tags: v0-2-1
' and ['] now deliver an error for compile-only words.
renamed special- words into interpret/compile- words.
refactored some of the recent changes.
adapted see to the changes
added way to make a word that defines words with differring
interpretation and compilation code.
\ LOOK.FS xt -> lfa 22may93jaw
\ Copyright (C) 1995 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
\ This file is part of Gforth.
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\ Look checks first if the word is a primitive. If yes then the
\ vocabulary in the primitive area is beeing searched, meaning
\ creating for each word a xt and comparing it...
\ If a word is no primitive look searches backwards to find the nfa.
\ Problems: A compiled xt via compile, might be created with noname:
\ a noname: leaves now a empty name field
: PrimStart ['] true >name ;
\ look 17may93jaw
: (look) ( xt startlfa -- lfa flag )
BEGIN @ dup
WHILE dup name>int
3 pick = IF nip dup THEN
dup 0<> ;
: look ( cfa -- lfa flag )
dup forthstart <
>name dup ??? <>