The Forth Interest Group (FIG) was a world-wide, non-profit organization for education in and the promotion of the Forth computer language.
FIG-Forth Implementations. The original scanning of FIG-Forth Implementations was done by John Hall. Subsequently, Jay McKnight used the optical character recognition ...
Based on the original IBM-XT figforth in MASM-format figforth8088.zip by Charlie Krajewski Middletown I have made a generic source system that allows me to generate a ...
FIG-FORTH Internals. By Jim Brooks. Foreword. These are my notes from studying the source code of FIG-FORTH (specifically, 8086 FORTH for MSDOS) with the goal of ...
He was one of the founders of the Forth Interest Group, and contributed to the development of the first public-domain figForth. Subsequently, ...
fig-FORTH, the Forth Interest Group’s Forth standard, was my introduction, at the tender age of sixteen, to the magic and mystery of Forth. I spent hours poring ...
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3 Forth Without Chuck Moore. microFORTH was heavily marketed, and attracted a lot of attention in the late '70s. One side effect of this was the growth of an active ...
Gforth is a project to develop an implementation for ANSI Forth. It is part of the GNU Project. [2
This group is restricted to members of the Forth Interest Group UK. The Forth Interest Group UK (FIG UK) exists to promote the Forth programming language.